Drone hunting -- America's newest sport? It's being considered by voters in Deer Trail, Col., who in October will consider a proposal to allow the hunting of tiny drones used for surveillance. The measure, which backers say is an attempt to make a statement about the growing proliferation of drones, would offer a $100 bounty for a hunter who brings in the remains of a government drone. "Do we really want to become a surveillance society? That's what I find really repugnant," said the proposal's creator, Phillip Steel.