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Denver Initiative Would Create UFO Commission

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Jeff Peckman wants Denver residents to be ready when space aliens arrive. Peckman wants the city to establish a commission that would prepare residents for possible encounters with extraterrestrials. Officials say Peckman has collected enough signatures to put the question of forming that commission on a ballot next year.

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Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep. Voters in Denver have a chance to be prepared, thanks to Jeff Peckman, who wants to be ready when space aliens arrive. Mr. Peckman wants Denver to establish a commission. It would prepare the mile-high city for possible encounters with creatures that live even higher. Apparently many Denver residents agree. City officials say Mr. Peckman has collected enough signatures to put the question of forming that commission on next year's ballot.

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