Drone advocates, critics clash at House hearing
from USA TODAY
A congressional hearing illustrated strong interest in flying more drones across the country but also the fears of possible collisions with passenger planes. Congress is taking more interest in the industry because nearly $90 billion worldwide is expected to be invested in drone technology over the next decade. Advocates warned that Canada, Australia and countries in Europe are allowing drones to fly more readily, and they could lead development if the U.S. doesn't act faster.
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