Political Risk

States Pass Drone Laws in Droves

“Three years after it was tasked with de­vel­op­ing a set of rules for com­mer­cial drone op­er­at­ors, the fed­er­al gov­ern­ment still has not fi­nal­ized drone reg­u­la­tions, in­stead dol­ing out more than 1,000 ex­emp­tions to al­low busi­nesses to fly drones in the mean­time.

Tired of wait­ing on Wash­ing­ton, states are mov­ing to de­vel­op their own drone rules. But many of the laws that states are pro­pos­ing and passing may end up con­flict­ing with what the fed­er­al gov­ern­ment even­tu­ally comes up with.”

Source: States Pass Drone Laws in Droves – Nextgov.com

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