(Salem, OR) -- Lawmakers in Oregon are close to passing a new strict hands-free law that won't allow drivers to touch electronic devices while in their car. The Oregon Senate is scheduled to vote on H.B. 2597 today. The law will create a loophole to make it easier to convict people who drive distracted by touching a cell phone or other devices. Some lawmakers believe the bill is a sure thing and will become law as soon as Governor Brown signs it.