Texas’ drone law, the “Use of Unmanned Aircraft,” is being challenged by press organizations and photographers for alleged violations of the First Amendment. The law prohibits the capture of images of a person or property while conducting “surveillance.” It takes it a step further and makes it a crime to use the images captured

We previously reported on the case between Teladoc, Inc. and the Texas Medical Board (Board) (related post here). The medical board issued regulations requiring doctors to see patients in person before prescribing medication. Teladoc sued the board over the regulations and the board moved to dismiss the lawsuit.

Judge Robert Pitman recently denied the