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Californians: Urge a Veto of Senate Bill 142

Discussion in 'News' started by damoncooper, Sep 1, 2015.

  1. damoncooper

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    Please show your support for our sport/industry before it gets legislated out of existence.

    Californians: Join DJI and @CEA in urging Governor Brown to veto anti-innovation Senate Bill 142. Here's how:

    Drones - Innovation Movement

    Your support is appreciated.
     
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    Thanks Damon.

    To all,

    If you are a member at a non-drone forum. Articulate the uphill fight that we have and pass this message along and have them join our fight.
     
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  4. damoncooper

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    Yes
     
  5. GadgetGuy

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    Make one up. It's just an email of opposition, not a legally binding document under penalty of perjury!:D Google the address of any CA hotel!
     
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    Good find!

    Good job everyone but remember the fight is not over. Either way let's celebrate the win of this battle.

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    This statement is exactly why I want to veto this Bill,"...could expose the occasional hobbyist and the FAA-approved commercial user alike to burdensome litigation and new cause of action..."

    I am glad he sees what I see.
     
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    Now get out there and fly freely, because it won't be long before they do come up with a constitutional bill that severely limits our legal ability to fly, which also doesn't violate the FAA preemption. Unfortunately, it's just a matter of time. Enjoy it while it lasts! :cool: I prefer legal flying over illegal flying! :D

    In the mean time, practice quick deployment, choose your launch and landing areas carefully, stay out of sight, and get in and out quickly! You may need those skills sooner than you think!:eek:
    "I didn't do it. I wasn't there. Besides, nobody saw me!" :p
     
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    It's a Good Start! Funny how people are judged for flying aircraft yet drunks and druggies still drive still carry out everyday criminal acts! Fly people, fly responsibly don't let them dictate our freedom of flight. Laws will be made, but are and will be limited beings the government and local agencies have interests themselves.. Let the Law offices and courtrooms fill up with this BS, and the chips will fall in place, so long as we are INNOCENT.. There will always be outlaws!

    Let the HATERS HATE!! FLY ON
     
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