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Help Stop Oregon Senate Bill 71 - Bans R/C FPV and Aerial Video Flying Calling them Drones

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Help Stop Oregon's Senate Bill 71 - Drone Bill
http://www.leg.state.or.us/13reg/measpdf/sb0001.dir/sb0071.intro.pdf Bans R/C FPV and Aerial Video Flying Calling them Drones
If this Bill passes, every r/c pilot including little Timmy who fly's any unmanned flying machine that is capable of capturing images of objects or people on the ground or in the air can be charged with a Class B Misdemeanor if the camera is off and a Class A Misdemeanor if the camera is on and you fly your R/C machine. We need your help by signing this petition along with contacting you State Representative http://www.leg.state.or.us/findlegsltr/ along with John Kitzhaber http://www.oregon.gov/Gov/Pages/contact.aspx

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PDF of Oregon Senate Bill 71
http://www.leg.state.or.us/13reg/measpdf/sb0001.dir/sb0071.intro.pdf

Contact Your Oregon State Representative
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Contact Governor John Kitzhaber
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  • Lucas Ault
    Lucas Ault United States, San Dimas
    Jun 22, 2014
    Jun 22, 2014
    This is dumb, I fly multirotors for filming and soon for use in the fire service, even if its "illegal" lives and property can be saved.
  • Clyde T. Lambert
    Clyde T. Lambert United States, Portland
    May 09, 2014
    May 09, 2014
    This is just another way the misguided media and local, state and Federal government should are taking away our rights.
    These RC vehicles are being used for photography of the sports and wildlife.
    You should worry more about the Government should spying on the public with unmanned Arial vehicles than a private individual trying to take photos and videos of sports and scenery.
  • Preet Rayat
    Preet Rayat Canada, Surrey
    Dec 19, 2013
    Dec 19, 2013
    This bill is outrageous. This big brother approach by the government is an infringement on our rights and freedoms. Photography and videography have long been a hobby and profession for many throughout the years, so to stop enthusiasts from progressing in this art is far too controlling. What's next? Will the govt start controlling all our hobbies and pastimes? With that type of mentally we're nothing short of slavery, with the government being our masters. Simply makes me sick. This bill if passed should be fought by seeing judicial review as I'm certain it's an infringement on our fundamental rights and freedoms. Don't sit by idly, speak up people, this issue is bigger than just RC videos...it's about the loss of freedom and liberty.
  • kram negah eugene or
    kram negah eugene or United States, Troy
    Nov 20, 2013
    Nov 20, 2013
    I think the state has much more important issues than banning everything in sight
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    Lucas Ault
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    Clyde T. Lambert
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    Tanner Boley United States
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    Preet Rayat Canada
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