SB 57 -- Sen. Ted Lieu, D-Torrance Would make it a felony for a parolee to remove a court-ordered GPS tracking device.
Drivers follow a narrow, winding section of White Rock Road in Sacramento County south of Highway 50. If the Capital SouthEast Connector project is fully realized, commuters will have a multi-lane route between Elk Grove and El Dorado Hills.
The clinic manager and intake worker, left, who wished not to be identified, waits for paperwork from a teenage client at the Choice Medical Group in San Francisco on Friday, Sept. 16, 2005.
Tommy Rompel sells high-end rifles and silencers at his Black Weapons Armory in Tucson, Ariz. He says Arizona is "getting thrown under the bus because of what happened."
New driver Brandi Eadie, 16, looks down at her cell phone to read a text message as she drives through a rubber-cone course in Seattle on Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2010 to demonstrate the dangers of phone use while driving. Eadie, who volunteered for the Driven to Distraction Task Force of Washington State event because she thought she could show organizers that she could safely drive and text at the same time, knocked down multiple cones meant to simulate where pedestrians or other objects could be. Sen. Tracey Eide, D-Federal Way, who helped organize the event, is planning to sponsor legislation to make operating a cell phone while driving a primary offense. (AP Photo/ Elaine Thompson)