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7/14/2017Arlington exotic-pet ban would involve hefty daily fines | InsideNova

""Those who violate Arlington’s still-a-work-in-progress ban on exotic pets would face fines of $250 – per day – that they are out of compliance, according to a revised proposal forwarded by staff to the County Board."

07/17/2017 CA Senate Committee on Business & Professions votes to advance AB485

"The California Senate Committee on Business and Professions’ vote to advance Assembly Bill 485 will reduce California’s protections for pets and consumers, and risk jobs for hundreds of people in the state."

PIJAC Recommends an Immediate Temporary Moratorium on the Importation of Firebelly and Paddletail Newts | PIJAC

"U.S. – The Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council (PIJAC) is recommending that all exporters, shippers, importers and buyers of Cynops orientalis (Firebelly) and Pachytriton labiatus (Paddletail) newts immediately establish a voluntary moratorium on importing them into the United States."

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06Jul

Today, stakeholders met to discuss the future of Assembly Bill 485. Regretfully, the bill’s proponents did not change their position, meaning that those who care for and about companion animals will continue to oppose AB 485 on behalf of California’s pets, pet lovers, and providers of pet care.


 

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