A Colorado town considering issuing hunting permits for drone aircraft has been given the go-ahead for a special election on the matter.
A District Court judge on Tuesday rejected a legal challenge that claimed the petition drive was approved by a biased town clerk.
“I feel pretty dang good about the judge’s decision,” Kim Oldfield, the town clerk, told FoxNews.com. “I feel like I’ve been vindicated and now the people will be able to hold the vote.”
Oldfield said the vote will take place on April 1. The town’s population is 500 and about 370 of those can vote. Oldfield did not say where she stands in the debate, but said she’s for “defending the Constitution.”
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