Pass a 350-foot no-fly law banning drones from buzzing over our heads without our express permission?

Oh no, I think not, California Governor Jerry Brown said on Wednesday as he vetoed Senate Bill 142.

The ban, which would have only affected commercial and private unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), would have meant that “burdensome regulation” and “new causes of action” would have dive-bombed occasional hobbyists and commercial operators approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Governor Brown said in a veto message.

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