NPMA says bed bug legislative, regulatory activity is on the rise


May 8, 2013

FAIRFAX, VA.—”Just when it seemed bed bug public policy had come to a screeching halt,” a recent news article by the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) quips, “we’re in the midst of the biggest flurry of bed bug related legislative and regulatory activity we’ve seen since populations of the pest rebounded 10-plus years ago.”

The NPMA rounds up the following:

“Long-considered measures in Massachusetts, New Jersey and New York seemed stalled, but that could change if some of the pending legislation in other states is enacted,” the article concludes.


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