A California bill moved closer to becoming law. The bill passed in the state Senate today by a vote of 21-10. The new law would create a “no-fly” zone for drones, forbidding them from flying below 350 feet without express permission of the property owners under the drone. I think this will open a Pandora's box of issues. Every home owner around a park will claim that a drone was flying directly overhead even if it wasn't close to breaking the plane of their property line. Plus, they won't know if it's 200' or 400' anyway. Isn't it true that the FAA controls airspace above homes? What do my P3 brethren think?