Earlier this year, the National Transportation Safety Board recommended urged state and local governments to ban all cell phone use by drivers. Now, Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood is urging Congress to do the same. Horace Cooper of the Project 21 Black Leadership Council says this is a bad solution in search of a problem. Cooper says there is no evidence that cell phone use adds to the likelihood of accidents and he says states that have banned texting while driving or insisted upon hands-free devices have seen no drop in accident frequency. He suggests this is much more about revenue generation than safety and only hurts our economy. And Cooper explains why LaHood’s push for Congressional action is even worse than the NTSB recommendation.