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As Police Drones Take Off, Washington State Pushes Back - NPR All Things Considered

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Sunday, March 3rd 2013


 

The phrase "unmanned drones" typically conjures images of places like Afghanistan. But the Federal Aviation Administration says it wants to start testing the civilian use of aerial drones here in the U.S. and has already issued special permits to a few police departments interested in trying them out.
 
But after a raucous Seattle City Council hearing earlier this month, the mayor killed the drone program.
http://www.npr.org/2013/02/22/172696814/as-police-drones-take-off-washington-state-pushes-back

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