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AN ACT
To amend the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide

Act, and for other purposes.
1 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa-
2 tives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,
5 That this Act may be cited as the Federal Environmental

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(a) SHORT TITLE.This Act may be cited as the
14 'Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act'.

(b) TABLE OF CONTENTS.-

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"Section 1. Short title and table of contents.

“(a) Short title.

(6) Table of contents.
"Sec. 2. Definitions.

"(a) Active ingredient.
(6) Administrator.
"(c) Adulterated.
"(d) Animal.
“(e) Certified ap? tor, etc.

"(1) Certified applicator.
“(2) Private applicator.
(3) Commercial applicator.
“(4) Under the direct supervision and control of a certified

applicator.
(f) Defoliant.
(g) Desiccant.
"(h) Device.
"(i) District court.
(j) Environment.
"(k) Fungus.

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(1) Imminent hazard.
(m) Inert ingredient.
“(n) Ingredient statement.
(0) Insect.
(P) Label and labeling.

(1) Label.

"(9) Labeling.
(9) Misbranded.
“(r) Nematode.
“(8) Person.
"(t) Pest.
(u) Pesticide.
(v) Plant regulator.
(w) Producer and produce.
“(a) Protect health and the environment.
"(y) Registrant.
(2) Registration.
(aa) State.
(66) Substantial adverse effects on the environment.

"(cc) Weed.
"Sec. 3. Registration of pesticides.

(a) Requirement.
(6) Exemptions.
“(c) Procedure for registration.

(1) Statement required.
(2) Data in support of registration.
(3) Time for acting with respect to application.
(4) Notice of application.
"(5) Approval of registration.

(6) Denial of registration.
"(d) Classification of pesticides.

(1) Classification for general use, restricted use, or both.

“(2) Change in classification.
(e) Products with same formulation and claims.
(f) Miscellaneous.

(1) Effect of change of labeling or formulation.
(2) Registration not a defense.

“(3) Authority to consult other Federal agencies.
“Sec. 4. Use of restricted use pesticide; certified applicators.
(a) Certification procedure.

(1) Federal certification.

“(2) State certification.
"(6) State plans.
Sec. 5. Experimental use permits.

(a) 188uance.
(6) Temporary tolerance level.
"(c) Use under permit.
"(d) Studies.

“(e) Revocation.
Sec. 6. Administrative review; suspension.
(a) Cancellation after five years.

(1) Procedure.
"(9) Information.

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Sec. 6. Administrative review; suspension. “(a) Cancellation after five years.

(1) Procedure.

(2) Information.
(6) Cancellation and change in classification.
"(c) Suspension.

(1) Order.
“(2) Empedite hearing.
(3) Emergency order.

“(4) Judicial review.
(d) Public hearings and scientific review.

“(e) Judicial review.
"Sec. 7. Registration of establishments.

(a) Requirement.
"(6) Registration.
"(c) Information required.

(d) Confidential records and information. Sec. 8. Books and records.

"(a) Requirement.

(6) Inspection.
Sec. 9. Inspection of establishments, etc.

(a) In general.
(6) Warrants.
“(c) Enforcement.

(1) Certification of facts to Attorney General.
“(2) Notice not required.

“(3) Warning notices.
Sec. 10. Protection of trade secrets, etc.

(a) In general.
(8) Release of data.
“(c) Disclosure.

(d) Disputes. Sec. 11. Standards applicable to pesticide applicators.

(a) In general.

(6) Separate standards. Sec. 12. Unlawful acts.

(a) In general.

(6) Exemptions.
Sec. 13. Stop sale, use, removal, and seizure.

(a) Stop sale, etc., orders.
(6) Seizure.
"(c) Disposition after condemnation.

(d) Court costs, etc.
Sec. 14. Penalties.
“(a) Civil penalties.

(1) In general.
"(2) Private pesticide applicator.
“(3) Hearing.

(4) References to Attorney General.
(6) Criminal penalties.

"(1) In general.
(2) Private pesticide applicator.
(3) Disclosure of information.
“(4) Acts of officers, agents, etc.

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Sec. 16. Imports and exports.

(a) Pesticides and devices intended for export.
(6) Cancellation notices furnished to foreign governments.
"(c) Importation of pesticides and devices.
(d) Cooperation in international efforts.

"(e) Regulations.
Sec. 17. Exemption of Federal agencies.
Sec. 18. Disposal and transportation.

(a) Procedures.

(6) Advice to Secretary of Transportation. Sec. 19. Research and monitoring.

(a) Research.
(6) National monitoring plan.

"(c) Monitoring.
Sec. 20. Solicitation of public comments.
Sec. 21. Delegation and cooperation.
Sec. 22. State cooperation, aid, and training.

(a) Cooperative agreements.

(6) Contracts for training.
Sec. 23. Authority of States.
Sec. 24. Authority of Administrator.

"(a) Regulations.
(6) Exemption of pesticides.

"(c) Other authority.
"Sec. 25. Severability.
Sec. 26. Authorization for appropriations.

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(a) ACTIVE INGREDIENT.-The term 'active ingredi

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(1) in the case of a pesticide other than a ant regulator, defoliant, or desiccant, an ingredient which will prevent, destroy, repel, or mitigate any pest;

(2) in the case of a plant regulator, an ingredient

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which, through physiological action, will accelerate or retard the rate of growth or rate of maturation or other

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wise alter the behavior of ornamental or crop plants or

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retard the rate of growth or rate of maturation or other

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wise alter the behavior of ornamental or crop plants or

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the product thereof;

(3) in the case of a defoliant, an ingredient which will cause the leaves or foliage to drop from a plant;

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(4) in the case of a desiccant, an ingredient which

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"(c) ADULTERATED.The term 'adulterated applies 13 to any pesticide if: 14

(1) its strength or purity falls below the professed 15 standard of quality as expressed on its labeling under

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"(2) any substance has been substituted wholly or in part for the pesticide; or

(3) any valuable constituent of the pesticide has

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been wholly or in part abstracted.
"(d) ANIMAL.- The term 'animal' means all vertebrate

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22 and invertebrate species, including but not limited to man

23 and other mammals, birds, fish, and shellfish.

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(e) CERTIFIED APPLICATOR, ETC.

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(1) CERTIFIED APPLICATOR.The term 'certi

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