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Date: Mon, Dec 16, 2013 at 9:06 AM
Subject: Top Ten Reasons to Attend the 2014 Wildlife Expo
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NAFA Auction Schedule
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October 31, 2013
In an effort to accommodate the concerns of the international fur trade regarding potentially conflicting events, NAFA would like to announce that its April 2014 auction will now commence on Monday April 28th and conclude on Saturday May 3rd, with formal inspection of all goods and show lots beginning on April 23rd. This is a change from our previously announced auction start date of April 25, 2014. NAFA's 2014 auction dates are now as follows:
February 17 - 23, 2014 (On show February 12 - 16)
April 28 - May 3, 2014 (On show April 23 - 27)
June 27 - July 2, 2014 (On show June 22-26)
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LIST OF TRAITORSSubject: LIST OF TRAITORS
Over the weekend, we came four votes away from the United States Senate giving our Constitutional rights over to the United Nations. In a 53-46 vote, the senate narrowly passed a measure that will stop the United States from entering into the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty.The Statement of Purpose from the bill read:To uphold Second Amendment rights and prevent the United States from entering into the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty.The U.N. Small Arms Treaty, which has been championed by the Obama Administration, would have effectively placed a global ban on the import and export of small firearms. The ban would have affected all private gun owners in the U.S., and had language that would have implemented an international gun registry on all private guns and ammo.Astonishingly, 46 of our United States Senators were willing to give away our Constitutional rights to a foreign power.Here are the 46 senators that voted to give your rights to the U.N. Notice that ALL are either Democrat or "Independent."
Murray (D-WA)Nelson (D-FL)People this needs to go viral. These Senators voted to let the UN take our guns. They need to lose the election. We have been betrayed. These46 Senators Voted to Give your 2nd Amendment Constitutional Rights to the U.N.
California could lose bobcat trapping. The California Trappers Association has hired a lobbying group to fight AB1213. There is much work to be done and they need our help.
Donations are being accepted:
Make payable to the California Trappers Association
in Memo note - Fight AB1213
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|Committee Bill No. 5566|
January Session, 2013
LCO No. 3200
|Referred to Committee on CHILDREN|
|This act shall take effect as follows and shall amend the following sections:|
|Section 1||October 1, 2013||26-72|
REP. KUPCHICK, 132nd Dist.; REP. HENNESSY, 127th Dist.
REP. ROSE, 118th Dist.; REP. URBAN, 43rd Dist.
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WASHINGTON – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is moving to ban the sale of 12 D-Con mouse and rat poison products produced by Reckitt Benckiser Inc. because these products fail to comply with current EPA safety standards. Approximately 10,000 children a year are accidentally exposed to mouse and rat baits; EPA has worked cooperatively with companies to ensure that products are both safe to use around children and effective for consumers. Reckitt Benckiser Inc., maker of D-Con brand products, is the only rodenticide producer that has refused to adopt EPA's safety standards for all of its consumer use products.
"Moving forward to ban these products will prevent completely avoidable risks to children, said James Jones, acting assistant administrator for EPA's Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention. "With this action, EPA is ensuring that the products on the market are both safe and effective for consumers."
The agency has worked with a number of companies during the last five years to develop safer rodent control products that are effective, affordable, and widely available to meet the needs of consumers. Examples of products meeting EPA safety standards include Bell Laboratories' Tomcat products, PM Resources' Assault brand products and Chemsico's products.
The EPA requires rodenticide products for consumer use to be contained in protective tamper-resistant bait stations and prohibits pellets and other bait forms that cannot be secured in bait stations. In addition, the EPA prohibits the sale to residential consumers of products containing brodifacoum, bromadiolone, difethialone, and difenacoum because of their toxicity to wildlife.
For companies that have complied with the new standards in 2011, EPA has received no reports of children being exposed to bait contained in bait stations. EPA expects to see a substantial reduction in exposures to children when the 12 D-Con products that do not comply with current standards are removed from the consumer market as millions of households use these products each year.
For a complete list of the homeowner use rat and mouse products that meet the EPA's safety standards, visit:http://www.epa.gov/pesticides/mice-and-rats/rodent-bait-station.html.
For a complete list of Reckitt Benckiser Inc.'s non-compliant products, visit: http://www.epa.gov/pesticides/mice-and-rats/cancellation-process.html#cancellation.
The EPA's final Notice of Intent to Cancel will be available in the EPA docket EPA-HQ-OPP-2013-0049 atwww.regulations.gov. After Federal Register publication of the Notice of Intent to Cancel, Reckitt Benckiser will have 30 days to request a hearing before an EPA Administrative Law Judge. If a hearing is not requested, the cancellations become final and effective.
Information on Rodenticide products and EPA's review is available at:http://www.epa.gov/pesticides/reregistration/rodenticides/
More information on preventing and controlling rodents is available at:http://www.epa.gov/pesticides/controlling/rodents.htm