Governor Charlie Baker is calling on the state legislature to ban the use of all handheld electronics by drivers. Current state law bans texting while driving, but talking on a phone while driving is allowed. Baker says distracted driving is a growing problem that needs to be addressed. He says people need to use Bluetooth technology, or pull over to call, text or program their GPS devices. The State Senate has already passed the proposal but the bill faces an uncertain future in the House.