You won't actually find any current Delaware legislators following through on this idea because ... neither the Democrats nor the Republicans actually give a rat's ass about drones in our skies.
But they are coming.
The US Department of Agriculture already has a certificate of authorization to fly drones, and it is in the midst of working with the Delaware Department of Agriculture to develop a program to use unmanned aerial vehicles for a variety of crop and wildlife related uses. As you will see from the link, local aviators have already raised safety concerns about this.
That's not so much what worries me, though. It is the response of the Delaware State Police to a FOIA request about drone usage from two months ago that is giving me prickles on the back of my neck:
1. This is the letterhead on which the request was returned:
Note that the letter did not say that the Department of Safety and Homeland Security does not use or possess drones, just that the Division of State Police doesn't. This answers the question actually posed by the requestor, but does so in a way that leaves open the question about whether the larger organization may have some records.
2. The response says that the DSP "does not own, use, or deploy" drones, but it does not discuss whether or not there are future plans to do so. Again: not asked, so not answered.
Many states are currently considering anti-drone legislation, or at least legislation that closely regulates the use of such unmanned aerial vehicles.
Delaware needs to do so as well--but, of course, you won't see that happening.