New Hampshire law takes aim at invasive species

Replace ‘aquatic plants’ or ‘aquatic plants and animals’ with “Democrats” and we’ve got something.

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The state is reminding boaters to be aware of a new law that went into effect this year that prohibits the transport of aquatic plants on their trailers and other measures aimed at combating the spread of invasive species.

The law, which went into effect on Jan. 1, is part of an effort to combat the spread of aquatic plants and animals that are not native to New Hampshire’s lakes, ponds and rivers. Violators could face fines up to $200. | More…

| AP

 

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