A dark and dangerous cloud has hung over the government and the People for decades, due to fossil fuel and nuclear industries. To remove this cloud, a proposed state law was submitted on Dec. 7, 2017 to the Colorado Legislative Council Staff. If placed on the ballot by petition and enacted by the voters, or passed separately by a state legislature, it would:
1. Affirm the legality of research, development, manufacture, sale, possession, and use of Extraordinary Technology.
2. Give Extraordinary Technology and related property the same status as “energy facilities,” as defined by the USA PATRIOT Act.
3. Establish a state level patent office to fast-track patent application processing of Extraordinary Technology, including previously suppressed clean energy technologies, pollution remediation technologies, and electrical coherence technologies.
2003 - Placed on the November 2003 ballot in Denver, Colorado.
This proposed ordinance would have required the City and County of Denver to identify and implement any peace-creating programs, specifically programs that reduce social stress as measured by scientific evidence showing that they greatly reduce crime, warfare and terrorism, especially such programs that also provide a net financial benefit to the city as a "peace dividend." [Read full text in the PDF download below.]
Placed on the November 2010 ballot in Denver, Colorado
This proposed ordinance would have required the City and County of Denver to, among other things, provide the most accurate, complete, credible and relevant information about extraterrestrial intelligent beings on Earth to city government personnel and residents.
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