Law Enforcement UAV Bill Surfaces in Minnesota

A bill limiting the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) by law enforcement agencies has popped up in the Minnesota legislature.

The bill, sponsored by state Rep. Brian Johnson, R-Cambridge, ‘demands that agencies get warrants or meet tests of 'imminent' danger before they may use camera-toting’ UAVs, according to an article on CBS Minnesota.

Any law emanating from the bill ‘would apply only to state and local investigations and prosecutions.’

The full article is available here.


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