Mar 152013
 March 15, 2013  Posted by  Laws

Brian M. Rosenthal and Amelia Dickson of Seattle Times report

A proposal to regulate the use of drone aircraft by public agencies stalled in the state Legislature this week after Boeing privately complained the bill could hurt business.

Melinda McCrady, a spokeswoman for House Democratic leadership, said the decision to keep the bill from going to a floor vote before a key deadline Wednesday was meant to allow for a more comprehensive study of surveillance issues this summer.

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