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    I'm confused!!! I believe it is passed in WI. I had 2 register or face a big fine by jan. I recieved an id card. Valerie is right............. It says you may need this card at a later date to PURCHASE ID TAGS!!!!!!!
    I think it's bs! However since for tax purposes we are registerd as Agriculture I wasn't messing around and risking a 5k fine

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    Patches, you're absolutely right about the whole Revelation thing. It's been building up for some time now. When the UPC code came out, I was about 3 or 4 and remember my mom telling me how this is the beginning of the mark of the beast. Some people laugh at that sort of thing, but the government's not fooling me.

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    As I said it is still totally voluntary. Here is a link to the Department of ag site http://animalid.aphis.usda.gov/nais/...April_2006.pdf and if you will read the paper it says it is voluntary and is to be used to track the sale of animals for health purposes. I think it is a good idea, but I am not trying to change anyone elses. We all have our own opinions.
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    Jeanna, you are correct that on a federal level it is still voluntary. The goal stated in the document you linked is 100% compliance in less than three years; it will become mandatory. And you are correct, we all have our own opinions. No hard feelings, just open discussion.

    Rodmick, your state did pass it, on a state level. The NAIS that everyone is talking about now is on the federal level.

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