Skimming a craggy legal and regulatory terrain, commercial drone operators are finding safe passage in a handful of states that have recently curbed a patchwork of local laws that have hampered long-distance drone operations.

In the latest effort to create a drone highway of sorts, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis last month signed a bill that not only preempts most local laws pertaining to drones but prevents political subdivisions from withholding permits, business tax receipts or other use approval to a drone delivery port.

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