A new act is being tossed around over in sunny California. The act which would restrict the sale of live animals and could have implications to the saltwater industry. Under the act it would be unlawful for any person to willfully sell, trade, barter, display, or offer for sale, trade, or barter, or give away as part of a commercial transaction a live animal at any of the following: on any street, highway, public right-of-way, commercial parking lot, swap meet, flea market, parking lot sale, carnival, boardwalk, or any outdoor special sale. The fear is mainly out of frag swaps that are very popular among clubs the nation over. However, could frag swaps be classified as “swap meets”? If it could then reefers in California better take action and contact their state representative.Â California isn’t the only state considering this, Tennessee is reported to be as well along with a few other states that are “seriously considering” taking up similar acts. The bill has been assigned to the Assembly Committee on Business & Professions and is set to be heard on April 28th (Room 447, 9:00 a.m.) in Sacramento, California and be sure to check out the read link for all the legal jumbo.