Wisconsin lawmaker introduces bill that allows pilots to report UFOs without professional retaliation

A Wisconsin congressman has introduced legislation that would allow pilots and other aviation-related employees to report UFOs without fear of professional retaliation or having their competency called into question.

Additionally, federal employees would be protected from termination or suspension of security clearances for reporting UAPs, “unidentified anomalous phenomena,” commonly known as UFOs.

An audience member wears a UFO pin during a House Oversight and Accountability subcommittee hearing on UFOs, Wednesday, July 26, 2023, on Capitol Hill in Washington. (AP Photo/Nathan Howard)

Rep. Glenn Grothman (R-WI) introduced the bill earlier this month with Rep. Robert Garcia (D-CA).  

“Since I was a child, unidentified objects in our airspace have been a topic of interest,” Grothman, who represents Wisconsin’s 6th Congressional District, said. “With the majority of Americans believing that the government has suppressed information on UAPs, our bipartisan effort highlights
Read more…

Please follow and like us: