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FAA Offers $5 Refund to Drone Hobbyists

10.07.2017   Mudd Law   Drones   No comments

If you use your drone for fun, you may be eligible for a refund of your $5 registration fee. The Federal Aviation Administration started a drone registration program in 2015,

Connecticut Bill Would Allow Police to Put Deadly Weapons on Drones

Connecticut could become the first U.S. state to allow deadly police drones. According to Reuters, the proposed legislation actually bans “weaponized drones” in the state generally, however, it includes a specific

Bee Drone Offers Pollination v2.0

A student at the Savannah College of Art and Design may have developed the answer to the world’s bee problems. Anna Haldewang, an Industrial Design major, created a bee drone named

UPS Completes Test Delivery Using a Drone

UPS completed a delivery using a drone built into one of its trucks. According to CNET, the drone flew out from a retractable roof to make the delivery in Lithia, Florida. The

Drones, Space, and Commercial Spacecraft

Anticipating the growth of commercial spaceflight, the efforts of the Federal Aviation Administration (“FAA”), the National Aeronautics & Space Administration (“NASA”), and the Near Space Corporation (“NSC”) resulted in the

Municipalities, Cities, and States Can Regulate Drone Use

Municipalities, Cities, and States Can Regulate Drone Use Our recent article on South Elgin’s drone ordinance prompted a few people to contact our firm.  In a couple of instances, we