When it comes to drones, there’s a real disconnect with what’s taking place in cities and enforcement by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), says Mike Slack, the managing partner & cofounder of Slack Davis Singer, a personal injury trial law firm in Austin.

Basically the FAA retains all the enforcement authority in drones because they defined them as aircraft, explains Slack.

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