by Brandon Turbeville, Activist Post:
While drones have become a controversial topic amongst some segments of the population – minus the intellectually “out for lunch” majority of course – both the Federal and State governments all across the country are gearing up to not only legalize and facilitate the domestic use of drones for police purposes but many are now volunteering to offer their services for such programs.
Among close to three dozen states who are trading their rights, sovereignty, and pride for . . . well . . . whatever they believe they will gain . . . is, typically, South Carolina, which is now openly announcing its desire to become a “drone testing site” if local media reports are to be believed.
The issue arises out of reports that the Federal Aviation Administration is planning to use six different locations to test the ability of drones to operate in different environments and to determine how best to integrate drones into the national airspace.
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