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Bugs and the Law The Lacey Act and Butterfly Poaching (bans interstate transport of endangered species collected illegally) {California} 1995; 3 men in San Francisco All 50 states have laws that govern invertebrates Quarantine Laws- every state has one (Bugs, weeds, etc) USDA/APHIS( Animal and Plant Health Inspector Service) Restricted movement- application and permit to move use of weeds and plants (every state) Pink Ballroom Plow dorm Major cotton pest New Mexico designates Feb 1 annually as the date which farmers must plow old cotton stalks or face a fine or confiscation of their farms Washington State Bees Bees considered Property Must be registered Subject to inspection Crimes if non registered Federal Laws Federal food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act of 1906 (FFDCA, or Pure Food and Drug Laws)- guaranteed the wholesomeness and truthfulness of labeling for foods, drugs, etc being offered to the public Insecticide Act of 1910 Intended to prevent the manufacture, sale, or transportation of impure or improperly labeled insecticides and fungicides
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