Senate revamps House’s drone bill

DES MOINES — A Senate subcommittee Tuesday passed a revamped version of legislation designed to create parameters for the use of drones, otherwise known as unmanned aerial vehicles.

The revised version of House File 2289 would make the intrusive use of a drone to violate someone else’s privacy or private property rights would be a criminal offense punishable under the state’s trespassing law, said Sen. Rich Taylor, D-Mount Pleasant.

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