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FAA and Drone Regulation: Should the FAA Have Exclusive Control?

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DRONELIFE • May 19, 2020, 2:29 pm
The FAA is working hard to integrate drones into the airspace and ensure the safety of both manned and unmanned aircraft.  But how much control should the FAA have, and would a “patchwork”…
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