Brown Treesnake Control and Eradication Act of 2004

This act authorizes the Secretaries of the Department of Agriculture and the Department of the Interior, with respect to matters under their respective jurisdictions, to provide for the control and eradication of the brown treesnake on the island of Guam and reduce the risk of the introduction or spread of any brown treesnake to areas in the United States and the Freely Associated States in which the brown treesnake is not established.

Citation
7 USC 8501-8503
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