UAS Bills Introduced in the 112th Congress
1) H.R. 658, FAA bill included UAS sections required the FAA to safely integrate UAS into
2) H.R. 5925, Preserving Freedom from Unwarranted Surveillance Act (Rep. Austin Scott (R-
3) S. 3287, Preserving Freedom from Unwarranted Surveillance Act (Senator Rand Paul (R-
4) H.R. 5950, No Armed Drones Act (Rep. Michael Burgess (R-Tx))
5) H.R. 6199, Preserving American Privacy Act (Rep. Ted Poe (R-Tx))
6) H.R. 5961, Farmer’s Privacy Act (Rep. Shelley Capito (R-WV)), which was amended and
approved by the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee after a lot of
debate about “drone” privacy.
7) Amendment to H.R. 5856, to prohibit funds to be used to operate a UAS except in
accordance with the 4th Amendment of the Constitution (Rep. LoBiondo (R-NJ)). AUVSI
worked with Rep. LoBiondo on this amendment
8) Proposed amendment to H.R. 5972 to defund the FAA’s UAS Integration office (Rep.
Scott Garrett (R-NJ)). AUVSI was able to get Rep. Garrett to withdraw his amendment
before it was offered
9) Amendment against armed UAS (Rep. Robert Aderholt (R-Al))
10) Amendment to the Senate Cybersecurity bill (S. 3414) requiring a warrant (identical to S.
3287) and requiring certification that a “drone” is immune from cyber attack or other
compromise of control, navigation, or data (S.AMDT.2713) (Senator Rand Paul).
11) Drone Zone campaign (Rep. Ed Markey (D-Mass))
12) AUVSI Testimony to House Homeland Security Hearing
13) AUVSI’s Code of Conduct
14) H.R. ____, Discussion draft of: Drone Aircraft Privacy and Transparency Act (Rep. Ed
15) H.R. ____, in the process of drafting a compromise bill (ACLU, industry, law
enforcement), (Rep. Chaffetz and Gowdy)