This copied and pasted from our local online paper today: A House bill filed by state Rep. Ken Morgan, R-Morgantown, called the "Drone Prohibition Act," would make it unlawful for anyone to capture an image using a drone unless it's tied to a university, law enforcement, military, government emergency agencies, Federal Aviation Administration, satellite mapping, utility mapping or licensed real estate brokers. "With the popularity of the devices, they could be misused," Morgan said. "We need some regulations in place." Morgan said Monday that drones can interfere with airplanes. He said they shouldn't be flying across people's pools and definitely not around dormitory windows, which could lead to images being posted on social media without permission of the subjects. Morgan's bill allows an exception if a property owner gives consent. "I thought about this sometime back; we have followed some of the issues in other states," Morgan said. "It would be better to nip the problem in the bud." Not sure what to say here. Mississippi has the poorest education structure, the highest teen birth rate, the highest neonatal death rate, the highest rate of sexually transmitted diseases, yet this legislator wants to prevent the "drone problem".