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Case Study: City of Camarillo

On March 8, 2017, the City of Camarillo passed a resolution opposing the sale, purchase and use of anti-coagulant rodenticides in the city.  Since then, the city has produced a leaflet about the dangers of this poison and has communicated with its residents through the website and regular newsletters about the danger of these poisons. The leaflets have also been distributed to local veterinarians because of the danger posed by anti-coagulants to domestic animals. The city is one of seven local cities supporting the Break the Poison Chain campaign.

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