Without Federal Drone Rules, States Are Blazing Their Own (Potentially Conflicting) Paths

As the government works to finalize a set of rules for commercial drone users, states are passing laws that could set up conflicts with the eventual federal regulations.

A drone is flown for recreational purposes as an airplane passes overhead in the skies above Old Bethpage, New York on Sunday
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