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Jul 3, 2019

In this episode, Paul discusses the appeal in Complete Lawn Care, Inc. v. Montgomery County, that found that Montgomery County's pesticide ordinance was not preempted by state law and over.  The ordinance created a new class of pesticides that could only be sold in the county when used on private property and county-owned property for cosmetic purposes.  The ordinance contained a number of exemptions including one for agriculture.  The Court of Special of Appeals overturned the circuit court's decisions holding the law was not preempted by state laws related to pesticide use.  Materials discussed in this episode:

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