SB 17 - Provides for enhanced criminal penalties for the act of damaging a critical infrastructure while committing the crime of unauthorized entry of a critical infrastructure and for doing so while operating certain unmanned aircraft systems. View the Bill
NACDL has not identified any active legislation for this state.
Previously Introduced Legislation (2022)
HB 21 - Establishes that a person who commits the crime of unauthorized entry of a critical infrastructure while possessing or operating an unmanned aircraft system with an attached weapon, firearm, explosive, destructive device, or ammunition is guilty of a Class C felony. View the Bill
HB 527 – Prohibits the use of an unmanned aircraft system to take photos, video, or audio of another, without that individual’s consent, in a manner that would invade that individual’s reasonable expectation of privacy. The bill would also prohibit an individual who is subject to the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act, or who has certain prior convictions related to theft, to operate or possess and unmanned aircraft system equipped in a manner to take photos, video, or audio. View the Bill
Previously Introduced Legislation (2021)
HB 516 - Provides for enhanced criminal penalties for the act of damaging a critical infrastructure while committing the crime of unauthorized entry of a critical infrastructure and for doing so while operating certain unmanned aircraft systems. View the Bill
Previously Introduced Legislation (2020)
SB 45 - This bill would prohibit the operation of a drone to conduct surveillance of, gather evidence or collect information about, or record a critical infrastructure, include pipelines, except under certain conditions. View the Bill
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