With the recent widespread coverage of the use of drones both at home and abroad, a number of states have enacted legislation to restrict their use. A new bill up before the New Hampshire House of Representatives would not only strictly control how drones are used, but might end up rendering aerial photography all but illegal in the state.

An early draft of the bill proposed by Rep. Neal Kurk (R-Weare) was first spotted by AGBeat. House bill 619-FN, as it was written, was described as “prohibiting images of a person’s residence…

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