Indiana's lawmakers are going to study just what unmanned planes could do in the Hoosier State. Posey County Senator Jim Tomes put it to a vote for the Senate to do a summer study group about drone aircraft, and what they'd be used for in Indiana. Indiana State University wants to get special permission to train drone pilots to help with farming. Tomes wanted to enact a law limiting drones because of privacy concerns. Now, he says senators need to understand how these planes can be used, and who can use them.