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Illinois tells PETA no on using drones to interfere with hunters and fishermen

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PETA was launching an effort to use drones to interfere with hunters and fishermen but a new Illinois law tells PETA to leave sportsmen alone.

Ringing in the New Year isn't just champagne and confetti.

All across the the country new laws took effect on the first day of 2014. Illinois made sportsmen happy by telling PETA to stay away.

From WGNTV.com:

The use of drones to interfere with hunters and fishermen has been prohibited. It was passed after the group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals said it would use drones that it calls "air angels" to monitor hunters.

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