Bills would ban drone use for hunting in Michigan

A pair of bills slated for a hearing in the Michigan  House Natural Resources Committee would prohibit the use of remote flying devices by hunters to locate game animals. If passed, Michigan would join Alaska, Colorado, New Mexico and Montana, which have alrealy banned drone use by hunters. The measures are supported by the state’s largest sportsman’s group, Michigan United Concersation CVlubs (MUCC). Detroit News.