UACES Facebook National Agricultural Law Center offers assistance to Congress in revising fish and wildlife law
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Harrison Pittman (left), director of the National Agricultural Law Center at the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture, testifies Feb. 27 in Washington before the House Fisheries, Wildlife and Insular Affairs Subcommittee.

National Agricultural Law Center offers assistance to Congress in revising fish and wildlife law

WASHINGTON – A federal law on the books since 1900 regulating interstate game and fish shipments is causing concern among aquaculture producers and others who are worried about the heavy penalties – up to $250,000 for individuals – they could face for an inadvertent violation of the statute, a University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture official told a congressional panel on Feb. 27.

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