SB 237 - Provides that a person may only operate a drone over a correctional institution if such person has received the express authorization of the secretary of corrections or their designee. View the Bill
Wisconsin Act 213 (Senate Bill 196) -AN ACT to amend 114.04; and to create 175.55, 941.292 and 942.10 of the statutes; relating to: restricting the use of drones and providing a penalty. View Act 213
AB 670 - This bill prohibits the operation of drones over a state correctional institution. View the Bill
SB 338 - Prohibits the use of a drone in intentionally interfering with an activity associated with lawful hunting, fishing, or trapping. View the Bill
AB 846 (Senate Bill 196) - Prohibits operation of a drone over a correctional institution. View the Bill
NACDL has not identified any active legislation for this state.
Previously Introduced Legislation (2021)
SB 868 – Prohibits local governmental units and state agencies from acquiring, possessing, or using drones manufactured or distributed by SZ DJI Technology Co., Ltd or any entity that is determined by the U.S. Department of Justice to be subject to or vulnerable to extrajudicial direction from a foreign government. View the Bill
AB 907 – Prohibits local governmental units and state agencies from acquiring or using drones manufactured by SZ DJI Technology Co., Ltd or any entity that is determined by the U.S. Department of Justice to be subject to or vulnerable to extrajudicial direction from a foreign government. View the Bill
AB 211 - Provides that a person may only operate a drone over a correctional institution if such person has received the express authorization of the secretary of corrections or their designee. View the Bill
Previously Introduced Legislation (2016)
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AB 671 - This bill creates a penalty enhancer for a crime if the offender uses a drone to commit the crime. View the Bill
SB 497 - Relating to using a drone to commit a crime and providing a criminal penalty. View the Bill
SB 498 - Relating to the operation of drones over state correctional institutions, the authority of political subdivisions to designate areas over which the operation of drones is limited, and providing a penalty. View the Bill