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Ohio Tough on Invasive Species Issues
People who dump quagga mussels, snakeheads and other invasive species into Ohio's waterways would face criminal penalties, under legislation being considered in the Ohio House.

HB 396 would prohibit the possession, sale or introduction of quagga and zebra mussels, rusty crayfish, snakeheads and certain carp, among other species.

HB 396 outlines civil penalties, with up to $20,000 in fines, and criminal penalties, with prison terms up to five years, for those possess, sell or otherwise introduce banned species into Ohio's waterways.


 
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