News Morris agrees it's time to crack down on distracted driving SHARE ON: Greg Fry, contributor, Sunday, Apr. 6th, 2014 A PG MLA has weighed in on the debate surrounding distracted driving. Former mountie Mike Morris admits the issue requires extra attention from the provincial government. //hqprincegeorge.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/morris-1.wav The issue gained traction this week after Attorney General Suzanne Anton suggeted the $167 fine for distracted driving was too low. All of this as stats from 2012 show more people died from distracted driving related crashes than impaired driving.