One of the top priorities under the gold dome Monday was what soon may be flying above it. Lawmakers debated and passed a bill placing restrictions on the unmanned aerial drones that will be legally allowed to fly in the skies above New Jersey in the next two years. Drones, which are most commonly known for their military use overseas, are also used by police and fire departments for search and...

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