Whether they are being used for national security, law enforcement, business or personal use, drone technology is bringing to light new questions about how these unmanned aircraft should be policed and regulated - touching on issues that rage from FAA rules to privacy and civil rights.

So which members of Congress receive the most money from companies that manufacture drones? They are Representatives Kay Granger (R-TX), Ken Calvert (R-CA), Peter Visclosky (D-IN), Steny Hoyer (D-MD), and Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-NJ).

Now THAT's what we call aerial reinforcement.

There are two sides to the argument on drones. One side believes that unmanned aerial vehicle usage in combat prevents the loss of life, and is therefore a good thing. The other side believes that there are significant risks associated with unmmanned drones with deadly firepower, and privacy risks associated with surveillance drones. This side would restrict or flat out prohibit their use.

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