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Perfect timing • Rep. Jon Cox, R-Ephraim, posted a dilemma he encountered on his Facebook page Wednesday after attending the Legislature’s interim meetings at the Utah Capitol.

"Got through some traffic up in Salt Lake only to be greeted by this as soon as I crossed into Sanpete."

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He then shows a video he shot while driving off a herd of sheep in his way on the highway.

He took the video, clearly from his car, just days after a new law took effect, restricting cellphone use while driving.


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