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November 01, 2010

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PetDocsOnCall09

Thanks Brent...I guess this just goes to confirm what some of us already suspected...increased costs with no way of addressing those costs in the language of the proposition.

PetDocsOnCall09

Thanks Brent...I guess this just goes to confirm what some of us already suspected...increased costs with no way of addressing those costs in the language of the proposition.

MichelleD

Hmmm, looks like this little tidbit might be how they can use the Hancock Amend to get this repealed. You can't pass illegal laws just because its a ballot initiative.

Nathan

The Hancock amendment won't apply because there is no enforcement mandate. All it does is make certain activities misdemeanors. It doesn't mandate that anyone be prosecuted for those offenses. The decision to file charges is discretionary, so I can't see how Hancock can begin to come into the picture.

What I don't know is how those numbers were calculated. Court costs? Law enforcement officers? Agriculture regulators? I'd love to know.

Brent

I'd like to know too Nathan. Unless it's court costs (which may happen), I can see the increased enforcement allocation being zero.

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