(Business News) After a ten-month period, the FAA has announced the six cities that will be home to years of research it will take to establish new laws for aerial drone use in the U.S.
Aerial photography and other commercial and personal uses for drones is being analyzed and accounted for by the FAA, but regulations will take years to go into effect.
After concerns were raised over the initial aerial photography ban, amendments were made, but some continue to question the bill and its implications for other states, should they follow New Hampshire's lead.
In New Hampshire, an aerial photography ban has raised more questions than answer as fears regarding drones heat up - measured reaction or overreaction?
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