New Jersey outlaws drunken droning

New Jersey residents who fly recreational drones while drunk or high soon will run the risk of getting locked up for six months and being charged a $1,000 fine if caught by law enforcement.

Before leaving office last month, Republican Gov. Chris Christie signed into law what has become known as the “Drunk Droning Law,” which unanimously passed both houses of the state legislature. The sponsor, Democratic Assemblywoman Annette Quijano, says the bill does much more than just rein in droning while drinking …

Washington Examiner | Feb. 13, 2018

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