Kid’s being glued to their phones is nothing new, but one group in Colorado is looking to change that. Parents Against Underage Smartphones is hoping to pass a new law that would make it illegal for kids under the age of 13 to have a smartphone. As a part of their proposed law, retailers would be required to ask the age of the primary user of a smartphone at the point of purchase. Tim Farnum, founder of Parents Against Underage Smartphones explained his views to the Coloradoan. “Eventually kids are going to get phones and join the world, and I think we all know that, but little children, there’s just no good that comes from that."