Expressing concern about the impact of unmanned aircraft over stadiums and other large venues, the Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday asked the Los Angeles Police Commission to speed up its process of developing a drone use policy that would limit the crafts to certain areas, the Daily News reports.
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