MS SB2262 | 2021 | Regular Session


Completed Legislative Action
Spectrum: Partisan Bill (Republican 1-0)
Status: Failed on February 2 2021 - 100% progression
Action: 2021-02-02 - Died In Committee
Text: Latest bill text (Introduced) [HTML]


An Act To Regulate Unmanned Aircraft Systems; To Define Terms; To Provide Causes Of Action In Tort For Unlawful Use Of Unmanned Aircraft Systems; To Provide For Criminal Use Of Unmanned Aircraft Systems; To Declare Airspace To Be Real Property Vested In The Several Owners Of The Surface Beneath; To Provide An Avigation Easement For Flight In Aircraft In Private Airspace; To Prohibit Creation Of Prescriptive Rights; To Authorize The Department Of Transportation To Lease Interest In A Right-of-way Or Airspace Above Or Below A State Highway; To Preempt Local Governments From Regulating The Operation Of Nonrecreational Unmanned Aircraft Systems; To Provide Exceptions For Law Enforcement And Public Agency Operations; To Provide Privacy Protections For Individual Citizens; To Provide Immunity For Emergency Responders For Certain Damages; To Prohibit Sabotage Or Destruction Of Public Service Unmanned Aircraft Systems; To Require The Attorney General To Develop A Public Information Campaign; To Require The Transportation Commission And Other Entities To Perform Certain Duties; And For Related Purposes

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"Mississippi Unmanned Aircraft Systems Act of 2021"; enact.



2021-02-02SenateDied In Committee
2021-01-12SenateReferred To Judiciary, Division A

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