Colorado mulls banning drones for hunting game
By Keith Coffman
DENVER — Colorado this week is consider banning the use of unmanned drones to help hunters spot game as communities across the United States grapple with how to regulate the new technology.
Hunting game animals from the air has been illegal for more than 40 years under federal law and also under Colorado’s hunting regulations, Randy Hampton, spokesman for Colorado Parks and Wildlife, said on Wednesday.
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