Feds Debate Extending "Python Ban" Amid Growing Opposition From Reptile Industry
There was much fanfare earlier this year when Secretary of Interior Ken Salazar announced a new set of restrictions on the much-maligned Burmese python. By enacting a tough set of laws and essentially banning anyone from moving the snakes across state lines, the feds reasoned that they would be able to confine the damage the invasive species has caused to the Everglades.
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