A small town in Colorado won’t be issuing hunting licenses to shoot down drones.
Voting is underway in a small Colorado community that wants to issue licenses to drone hunters.
The growing debate over drones used for hunting has wildlife officials tackling the debate.
A decision on whether hunting with drones will be banned in Colorado is expected to be announced on Friday.
Deer Trail in Arapahoe County has delayed its vote on issuing hunting permits for drones that was planned for Tuesday.
A date has been set for voters in Deer Trail to decide of people can shoot down aerial drones. The vote is scheduled for Oct. 8.
A tiny town in Colorado’s Eastern Plains is declaring war on drones. The town of Deer Trail plans to begin issuing drone hunting licenses if a controversial ordinance passes Tuesday night.