Measure goals to manage drone use over personal property

Measure aims to regulate drone use over private property

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma lawmakers are discussing proposed laws to manage the flying of drones over personal property in rural areas.

The legislative measure would forbid the flying of unmanned plane over rural properties except the pilot is employed by the state or federal authorities, legislation enforcement, utility, oil and fuel corporations or is a part of a business operation approved by the Federal Aviation Administration.

Information company CNHI Information reviews {that a} personal landowner might additionally give a drone operator written approval.

State Sen. Casey Murdock sponsored the measure, which he says would govern drones flying at 400 toes or decrease in rural areas. He says it might not shield Oklahomans dwelling in municipalities.

Perpetrators might resist a 12 months in jail.

The probabilities of the invoice changing into legislation are unclear.

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