Congress Thinks the FAA Is ‘Not Well Positioned’ to Regulate Drones

A new report from the House of Representatives Appropriations Committee suggests lawmakers are “concerned that the FAA may not be well positioned to manage effectively the introduction of UAS in the United States” and that many in Congress believe the FAA will miss its deadline. They specifically note that the task has been complicated by the recent National Transportation Safety Board ruling that commercial drones are at least temporarily legal.