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Students Rewarded for Pledging to Follow New Law

ROCKFORD -- Stateline students are rewarded for pledging to follow one of the state's newest laws.
ROCKFORD -- Stateline students are rewarded for pledging to follow one of the state's newest laws.

Harlem High School and Monster Jam holding a "Don't Text and Drive" assembly, Wednesday. A Winnebago County police officer reminding the new teen drivers about the consequences of breaking the hands free law.

Teens who signed a "Hang-up and Drive" banner received discount tickets for the upcoming Moster Jam show.

"We think we're indestructible. We think that everything that happens around the world isn't going to happen to us and I'd hate to have us learn the hard way and have a reality check," said John Hancock, Harlem High School student council.

The signed banner will be hung up at the BMO Harris Bank Center during next weekend's event.
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