ND Drone Debate: Privacy vs. economic opportunity
BISMARCK -- The North Dakota Senate will decide the fate of a bill that could protect residents from the surveillance of unmanned aircraft, but some say it will harm the chances for a test site for drones near Grand Forks.
A Senate committee Wednesday sided with safety and the test site after the House came down on the side of individual privacy.
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