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An Iowa City bill that would ban the use of drones, license-plate readers and red light cameras in one fell swoop passed a first reading last week. Ars Technica reports that it may be the first bill of its kind in the U.S.—and not only for the three-in-one factor; it also requires that “a peace officer or parking enforcement attendant is present at the scene, witnesses the event and personally issues the ticket to the alleged violator at the time and location of the vehicle.”

Woodrow Hartzog of the Cumberland School of Law at Samford University noted, “That’s going beyond merely keeping an official ‘in the loop,’ for example, by being at a remote terminal reviewing potential or questionable citations.”

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