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 January 23, 2014  Posted by  Laws

Patrick Gannon reports:

A special House committee formed to explore the topic of drones meets for the first time Tuesday and could propose legislation to address issues surrounding the unmanned aircraft and their potential use by government agencies in North Carolina.

Read more on News & Observer.

Meanwhile in Massachusetts, Jordan Graham reports:

A bill that would restrict how police in Massachusetts can use drones — requiring warrants and banning weapons — goes to a Transportation Committee hearing on Beacon Hill tomorrow.

“I just want to ensure we don’t have a major intrusion of our privacy rights, mainly by law enforcement,” state Sen. Robert Hedlund (R-Weymouth) told the Herald.

Read more on the Boston Herald.

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