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Branstad would consider state regulation of drones, but warns of “unintended consequences”

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Branstad would consider state regulation of drones, but warns of “unintended consequences”

By O. Kay Henderson Governor Terry Branstad says he is “willing to consider” establishing state regulations for drones. “This is something that deserves a very careful review,” Branstad says “…I think we need to be aware of unintended consequences.” Members of the Iowa House held a hearing Thursday about drones, hearing from Iowans who are concerned about privacy issues […]

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