A bipartisan bill has failed to reach the Senate, leaving President Donald Trump’s top legislative priority for the coming year in limbo.
The White House on Monday said it has “no plans” to move forward with a bill to lift restrictions on the use of drones to shoot down U.P. military aircraft.
The administration also said it is looking for a compromise with the House and Senate on a bill that would allow drones to be flown without a pilot on board.
The administration has previously said the rules would be lifted if it had the votes in both chambers.