From The Blaze
Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli has a lot on his plate — from GOP primary candidates being barred from the state’s ballot boxes to…”rat explosions.” According to a report by CNSNews, Cucinelli is worried that a new D.C. law governing how pest control handle vermin infestations may result in entire rodent “families” being relocated across the Potomac River into Virginia. Sound bizarre? Read on.
The rat problem has come to light due to the growing infestations around the Occupy D.C. encampents at Freedom Plaza and McPherson Square. Something needs to be done with these rats, but what?
Cuccinelli said D.C.’s new rat law, the Wildlife Protection Act of 2010, is “crazier than fiction” because it requires vermin not be killed but rather captured, preferably in families, and transferred to a “wildlife rehabilitator.” To make matters “stickier,” according to CNS, neither glue nor traps can be used in the apprehension of these rodents.
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