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This April 27, 2012 photo shows the Draganflyer X6 helicopter in Seattle. North Dakota law enforcement may soon be required to obtain a search warrant in order to use this or a similar unmanned aircraft system, if the Senate passes House Bill 1373.

Eye in the sky: Bill requiring warrant for drone use passes House

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BISMARCK -- North Dakota law enforcement may soon be required to obtain a search warrant in order to use an unmanned aircraft system, or drone, for civilian surveillance purposes.

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House Bill 1373, which requires a warrant for drone surveillance of personal or business property within the state, was sent to the Senate Friday.

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