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briggs permit responce what the ****?

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    luckydud13 Did you hear that?

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    I would go to a friends house and click continue :D
     
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    you have to have a password to view it, if I log in, I get my info. What did you get back from them? Typically you get a formatted letter asking you to agree to their conditions. Once you check allt he boxes and click I agree, you get issued your permit.
     
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    I'd use the library just to be safe. :p
     
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    oh wait
    there it is. Weird!!!! Let me look up my permits real quick and see what they say.

    Huh, i am going to pm you the link to mine.
     
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    sorry is it comming up for you i don't know much about computers
    i cant seem to copy and past the info from pdf format but i guess i can print it and re type it if you arn't getting anything let me know guys


    basically they are telling me no permits needed......they arn't regulated...no threat to plants and arn't pests,......
     
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    i saw it finally, but I don't understand (especially since we are in the same state). I have permits for all the dang states. Maybe legislation has changes and we are all unaware????wtf! I pm'd you a link to my permit acceptance if that helps.
     
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    Re:p526-08123-005

    Dear sharon
    We have evaluated your application to move Pomacea bridgesii from pennsylvania to arizona. We have determined that this organism is not known to be a plant pest. We have no jurisdiction to regulate organisms that are not plant pests under the Code of federal regulations 7 CFR 330

    USDA, APHIS does not regulate the interstate movement of this aquatic snail; therfore; a permit is not reguired.

    please ensure that no soil or plant pests accompany these organisms when shipped

    Thank you for your cooperation..
    Sincerely,
    Sheri A Ateiner
    Permit Specialist
    APHIS Plant Health Programs
    Plant Protection and Quarentine

    anybody in Pa get this or any other states?

    the same lady that sent it is the same one that signed msjinkzd, permits????????????
     
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    Hehe...Not a plant pest indeed but no permits required?lol
     

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