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Please take the nessesary action to ensure that this overkill bill does not come to pass. If it does it will have serious reprocussions for our hobby, spread the word, enough negitive, yet polite, and well reasoned responces should get them to backdown, you have till april 30th.

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http://www.regulations.gov/fdmspublic/comp...9000064803a565f

You can directly post your comments on this government site. Do your part to defend our hobby!
 

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Pin worthy.
 

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I sent a message...hope it helps...I bought a ball python about 9 years ago that my sister cares for...she wouldnt give it back to me..oh she was about 7 when I got it...dam govt sucks sometimes!
 

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As the Federal Register outlines, only comments submitted in the format that they have specified will be reviewed. Comments on message boards, BLOGs, and petitions will not be accepted or reviewed. We recommend that everyone focus their efforts on submitting comments using the required procedure rather than methods that will not produce tangible results. Individuals and businesses may submit their comments at http://www.regulations.gov/fdmspublic/comp...9000064803a565f.
 

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i could see a manditory issuing of permits for large snakes like anacondas,burms and retics but how can they ban pythons and boas altogether?

you know you really got to fear the 12" kenyan sand boas and those god damn vicious ball pythons!
 

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good looking out on the post. I gave them my 2cents worth.
Yes they can ban them all together with just a vote from congress or a signature by the president.

They won't stop at the snakes it will be all excotics befor you know it.
Post your comments ASAP
 

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A similar movement is afoot in Canada. Luckily, for the time being, it is mostly restricted to BC. (Go figure, the place with the most temperate climate where exotics have the biggest chance of surviving outdoors or through the winter months.) But rumblings have spread across all of Canada with regards to this.

I'll try and get some details and post them in a separate thread.
 

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I am surprised at the lack of responce to this.

Well deadlines are fast apporaching get your comments in!
 
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