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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Gerald Dillingham
As lawmakers and the public grow more concerned about drones and their implications for personal privacy, no one seems to know who in the federal government is responsible for tackling the issue.
"At best, we can say it's unknown at this point," said Gerald Dillingham, director of civil aviation issues at the GAO, told the House Science, Space and Technology Committee's subcommittee on oversight during a Friday hearing.