Oklahoma Measure Seeks To Regulate UAVs Over Private Property Written 12 February 2019

The AP reports that Oklahoma lawmakers are considering legislation to ban UAVs over private property in rural areas. Oklahoma state Sen. Casey Murdock (R) said that the proposed bill “would govern drones flying at 400 feet (120 meters) or lower” and have an exemption for rural Oklahoma residents. Said Murdock, “For me right now, this is a private property rights issue and a privacy issue.” The bill would also need to allow for commercial energy and weather UAV usage. 
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