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Bed bug legislation in the U.S. House and in the Ohio House

July 22, 2008

In reference to the Don’t Let the Bed Bugs Bite Act of 2008, Budget Travel asks, “Should taxpayers fund the war against bed bugs?” The Act, H.R. 6068, is now in consideration by the House Subcommittee on Commerce, Trade and Consumer Protection,and would primarily give states funding to inspect hotel rooms for bed bugs. (Welcome […]

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Bed Bug Awareness bill in Ohio House of Representatives

June 15, 2008

Ohio’s House introduced the following on Thursday June 12th, according to Fox 28 News: HB 590 BED BUG AWARENESS — To establish the Bed Bug Awareness, Education, and Prevention Program and to make an appropriation. According to the state legislature’s website, these are the details of the Bill, sponsored by Representative Dale Mallory: A BILL […]

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New bed bug legislation: House Bill 565 from Ohio on bed bug treatment

May 24, 2008

Ohio Representative Tyrone K. Yates has introduced House Bill 565 in the Ohio House of Representatives, and its aim is to improve policies regarding bed bug treatment in public places in Ohio. SPONSOR: Yates (D) TITLE: Vermin Control Policies LOCATION: House Health Committee SUMMARY: Requires boards of health to adopt vermin control policies under which […]

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