State bans PETA’s hunter-harassing drones

Hunting, such as this coyote caller is doing, requires stealth and silence, and PETA drones would disrupt such hunts.
┬áPeople for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has been promoting the use of airborne drones to “monitor” hunters, but such harassment is now illegal in Tennessee.

The state already had a law prohibiting PETA or other animal-rights radicals from interfering with legal hunting, and earlier this month the State Senate approved Bill 1777 that specifically prohibits “the use of drones to conduct video surveillance of private citizens who are lawfully hunting or fishing.”

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