DENVER (AP) - It's got to be one of the most far-out ballot
measures. Today, voters in Denver will decide whether to set up a
commission to track space aliens. The proposition calls for the
city of Denver to accept reports of UFO sightings on its Web page.
Sponsor Jeff Peckman says the government is tracking aliens, but
refuses to make the reports public. And should we be contacting
those visiting aliens? The Denver ballot measure calls on the new
Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission to review the risks and
benefits of saying hi to E-T.
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