May 22, 2014 11:46 Louisiana House rejects drones Louisiana House rejects drones the associated press May 22, 2014 Comments State Sen. Dan Claitor’s attempt to limit drone use on private property again hit roadblocks in the Louisiana House. A House committee rejected a proposal by Claitor, R-Baton Rouge, to put restrictions on the unmanned aircraft in Louisiana. So, the senator then added the language into House Bill 1037 by state Rep. Chris Hazel, R-Pineville. Hazel’s proposal would add penalties for second and third convictions to Louisiana’s “Peeping Tom” law that prohibits spying on private property. Claitor’s amendment would define spying with unmanned aircrafts as a violation of the law, excepting law enforcement. Hazel refused to accept the add-on, and the House sent the bill Wednesday to a legislative compromise committee so Hazel could try to strip the Claitor amendment.