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March 30, 2017

In the News Today – March 30, 2017

Florida House Narrowly Passes Judicial Term Limits Bill: In an extremely close vote, the Florida House of Representatives passed a bill yesterday that would place an amendment on the ballot next year to limit state appellate and Supreme Court judges to two six-year terms. The bill needed 72 votes to pass and scraped by with 73 votes in support of the legislation. (Law360)

Data Collection Is  a Top Concern for Drone Operators’ Counsel: Data collection and retention remain the “top worry” for in-house counsel at drone-operating companies. According to one panelist at a recent U.S. Chamber event, “companies should work together to create best practices around handling data. That way, regulators could have more uniform and productive conversations with companies, rather than relying on a company-by-company approach.” (The Recorder)

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