This week in the Pacific Sun

In this week’s issue of the Pacific Sun, Alyson Geller writes about the dangers of texting while driving, and explores what a Marin high school is doing to encourage students to put their phones down. David Templeton talks to Lino Ramos, of Sonoma Raceway, about ‘Furious 7’ and the need for speed, Tanya Henry reminds us that Slide Ranch’s Spring Fling is just around the corner and Peter Seidman writes about what could be an affordable housing oasis in West Marin. And if you missed it in last week’s issue: We’ve printed our 2015 Reader Survey again, and welcome your feeback. Be sure to fill it out and mail it in (or fill it out online) by April 23, and include your name and address for a chance to win a free dinner for two. All that and more is waiting for you online and on stands today.

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