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Federal Laws and Regulations
White HouseExecutive Order 13112
Contains the full text of the presidential action establishing the National Invasive Species Council.
United States CapitolCongressional Bills
Archives congressional bills and resolutions dealing with invasive species dating back to 2002.
Signing a paper Public Laws and Acts
Outlines congressional bills that have been signed into law.
Hearing Hearings and Testimony
Covers congressional hearings related to invasive species, including opening statements, testimonies, and witness lists.
Computer Other Resources
Provides links to other Web sites that contains information on Federal invasive species laws.
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