Denver might get an ET-commission

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A press release from ZlandCommunications (Dec 8th 2009) states that: The Co-ordinator and Chief Proponent of the Extra Campaign Jeff Peckman has succeeded in his attempts to have the city of Denver place an election ballot choice on next August’s 2010 election ballot that will establish a fully sanctioned Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission in the municipality of Denver. He has succeeded in obtaining nearly 4000 signatures – sufficient to convince Denver Elections officials of the wide consensus evident among citizens about the need to examine UFO sightings and the implications of ET contact. Peckman made his point quite strongly in June of 2008 with David Letterman on the Late Night Show. No other American jurisdiction has ever moved in this direction in support of examining credible UFO data. If passed, the ET Affairs Commission will be composed of experts from the UFO field who would obtain and provide the most accurate, complete, credible, and relevant information available to city government personnel and residents about extraterrestrial intelligent beings on Earth. It would also refer citizens and visitors to the proper and most appropriate public or private service agencies.