Ohio state senator caught driving during a Zoom meeting

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    An Ohio state senator used a virtual background of his home office in an apparent attempt to conceal the fact that he was driving during a Zoom meeting – on the same day a bill to ban distracted driving was introduced. Andrew Brenner may have succeeded in fooling the meeting with the state’s Controlling Board, were it not for the seatbelt strapped across his chest, glimpses of the road behind him and the constant turning of his head as he changed lanes

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