Skip to comments.Colorado judge rules in favor of holding drone-hunting vote after legal fight
Posted on 12/24/2013 8:39:14 AM PST by lowbridge
A Colorado town considering issuing hunting permits for drone aircraft has been given the go-ahead for a special election on the matter.
A District Court judge on Tuesday rejected a legal challenge that claimed the petition drive was approved by a biased town clerk.
"I feel pretty dang good about the judge's decision," Kim Oldfield, the town clerk, told FoxNews.com. "I feel like I've been vindicated and now the people will be able to hold the vote."
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Piano wires strung from helium balloons and then tethered in a straight line. They will drop like flies. Avoid any power lines though.
So a local license is $25
I wonder what they charge for a non residence license
History repeats itself, as well as gives us examples of what to do in the face of tyranny. That is if you paid any attention to history.
Being designed right now... drone killers.
Remotely targeted autonomous flying vehicles that search out and disable other drones.
Drones are fragile things and any damage at all tends to cause them to drop out of the sky.
Just remember you break it you buy it.
Cool...can we make it an Olympic sport?
Just remember, you fly it over my property, you lose it.
I would have thought that someone with a tagline like yours would understand.
Scouts Out! Cavalry Ho!
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