2013 Connecticut General Statutes
Title 22 - Agriculture. Domestic Animals
Chapter 427a - Connecticut Fertilizer Law of 2008
Section 22-111s - Special acts and municipal ordinances or regulations superceded.

CT Gen Stat § 22-111s (2013) What's This?

All special acts and municipal ordinances or regulations contrary to or inconsistent with the provisions of public act 09-229* are superseded and shall be of no force or effect. No political subdivision of the state shall enact or attempt to enforce any ordinance or regulation respecting the registration, packaging, labeling, sale, storage, distribution, use or application of a fertilizer, as defined in section 22-111b.

(P.A. 09-229, S. 3.)

*Note: Public act 09-229 is entitled “An Act Concerning Milk Producers, Milk and Milk Products, Agricultural Not-For-Profit Organizations and the Modernization of Connecticut Fertilizer Law”. (See Reference Table captioned “Public Acts of 2009” in Volume 16 which lists the sections amended, created or repealed by the act.)

History: P.A. 09-229 effective July 1, 2009.

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