Over fifty (50) members of the U.S. Congress have banded together to increase the use of drones ("unmanned aerial vehicles") - including twelve (12) members from California. They are all members of the Unmanned Systems Caucus, also known as the Congressional drones caucus. One of the co-chairs of the caucus is Buck McKeon, who represents California's 25th district. (Read about the members of the drones caucus from other states.)
Here are the California members of the Congressional drones caucus:
Randy Forbes represents California's 4th congressional district - in the NE corner of California.
Kevin McCarthy represents California's 22nd congressional district -- covering parts of San Luis Obispo, Kern, and Los Angeles counties, and anchored in Bakersfield.
Elton Gallegly represents California's 24th congressional district -- covering most of Ventura and inland Santa Barbara counties.
Buck McKeon represents California's 25th congressional district -- covering part of Los Angeles County and extending out to broad stretches of interior California along the Nevada border.
David Dreier represents California's 26th congressional district -- spanning the foothills of the San Gabriel Valley from La Cañada Flintridge to Rancho Cucamonga.
Jerry Lewis represents California's 41st congressional district -- encompassing the eastern region of the Greater Los Angeles Area known as the Inland Empire.
Ken Calvert represents California's 44th congressional district -- in the Orange County area.
Dana Rohrabacher represents California's 46th congressional district -- covering part of Los Angeles County and Orange County, including Huntington Beach, Costa Mesa, and Rancho Palos Verdes.
Loretta Sanchez represents California's 47th congressional district -- made up of parts of Orange County.
Darrell Issa represents California's 49th congressional district -- which includes San Diego.
Brian Bilbray represents California's 50th congressional district -- the northern coastal region of San Diego County.
Duncan Hunter represents California's 52nd congressional district -- consisting of many of San Diego's suburbs.