N.J. introduces bill to ban sale of powerful lasers

08/20/2013 | Fort Mill Times (S.C.)

The New Jersey Senate has overwhelmingly approved a bill to ban laser pointers that exceed 1 milliwatt in output power. The legislation is designed to reduce the risk of lasers pointed at aircraft, which can temporarily blind pilots. Through Aug. 2, 35 laser incidents were reported in New Jersey, including eight in Newark.

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