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Anybody hear about this New Hampshire bill proposing to ban aerial photography of residences? Seems like they were specifically worried about drones and other UAVs, but as written it includes any aerial platform, which means that if you want to take a picture of somebody's house you have to be standing on the ground. So what's the difference between standing on public property and taking a photo of the exterior of somebody's house and flying overhead in public airspace and taking a photo?
Typical ill-informed, knee-jerk, don't-just-stand-there-do-something legislation that will undoubtedly end up in court and therefore suck more resources from areas where they could be put to better use.
I'm beginning to think the Constitution needs to be amended such that there are not only minimum ages stated for elected office, but maximum ages as well.
Two words would cure most "age-related" stupidity in government: Term Limits