Town Considers Bounty on US Drones

The President, Congress and the Department of Homeland Security may think it's legal to spy on the Land of the Free by deploying thousands of drones over the skies of America, but the residents of Deer Trail, Colorado have a different idea. Not only are they set to vote on hunting licenses authorizing the shoot down of unmanned aerial vehicles hovering over their town, but they'll be issued a $100 bounty if they can prove they did it.

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