The bipartisan measure outlaws deploying a drone capable of making video or audio recordings in areas where people have a reasonable expectation of privacy. It also requires police to obtain warrants before using drones to collect evidence except in emergency situations. It also would make it a felony to sell, possess or operate a weaponized drone.
Two Democratic and two Republican bill sponsors issued a statement Tuesday saying Walker had signed the bill into law earlier in the day. A Walker spokeswoman didn't immediately return telephone and email messages.