Pesticide Control

ORS 634.057
State preemption of local pesticide regulation


No city, town, county or other political subdivision of this state shall adopt or enforce any ordinance, rule or regulation regarding pesticide sale or use, including but not limited to:

(1)

Labeling;

(2)

Registration;

(3)

Notification of use;

(4)

Advertising and marketing;

(5)

Distribution;

(6)

Applicator training and certification;

(7)

Licensing;

(8)

Transportation;

(9)

Packaging;

(10)

Storage;

(11)

Disclosure of confidential information; or

(12)

Product composition. [1996 c.10 §6 (enacted in lieu of 634.009)]

Notes of Decisions

Prohibition against local laws "regarding . . . sale or use" of pesticides is broadly construed to preempt any local regulation not within exceptions provided by ORS 634.063. Advocates for Effective Regulation v. City of Eugene, 160 Or App 292, 981 P2d 368 (1999)

Chapter 634

See also annotations under ORS chapter 573 in permanent edition.

Atty. Gen. Opinions

County action to regulate pesticides, (1980) Vol 41, p 21


Source

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