There is a bill working its way through the Florida House (HB 6037) to repeal a prohibition on the sale and use of fireworks and remove the loophole, which requires people buying fireworks to sign a form saying they will only use the explosives to scare off birds on agricultural land or at fish hatcheries. For Updates … Continue reading
On October 30, 2017, Act 43 of 2017 replaced the old fireworks law. The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Ride and Measurement Standards continues to perform licensing functions under the new law. The new law is effective immediately with a 90 day transition period for existing licensees to continue to operate (under the conditions of … Continue reading
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The Indiana Fireworks Association is hitting the road! We will be discussing bills in the legislature, DOT updates, Financial State of the Association, Ways to improve your business and help protect our Industry. We will discuss the settlement between the Association and the State Fire Marshal’s office regarding certificates of compliance and temporary storage containers … Continue reading
Starting this Fourth of July, nonprofit groups will be allowed to sell fireworks like Girl Scout cookies and Boy Scout popcorn, according to a new state policy. Read more here: http://www.kansas.com/news/politics-government/article141456784.html
Recent rainfall has led Georgia’s governor to lift a temporary prohibition on lighting fireworks across the state. An order, released by Governor Nathan Deal’s office on Tuesday, says that due to recent rainfall, the order issued in November has been lifted. Read More Here: http://www.wtoc.com/