The introduction of legislation Wednesday to ban drone use in Kansas has raised concerns over the potential impact of a ban on the state's economy, a subject that has been debated in several other Plains states also considering such bans, the Huffington Post reports. The Kansas drone ban bill, introduced by Rep. Travis Couture-Lovelady (R-Palco), would prohibit law enforcement from using drones in the state without a warrant, which is similar to measures pending in a several other states. The bill's scope has raised concerns that it could end the drone pilot training program...

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