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Pending legislation RE: Snorkels

Quoted from Peterson's 4wheel & Off-Road, August 2004 issue, pg. 30.

"SEMA reports that an anti-snorkel bill (SF2793) has been approved by the Minnesota State Senate's Environment and Natural Resources Commitee. Its aim is to prohibit operation of an off-highway vehicle on public land or public waters with an air-intake pipe or snorkel more than 6 inches above the manufacturer's original air-intake pipe. The bill was introduced as a proposal for a study on the impact of OHV's on wetlands but was amended to now include the proposed ban on snorkel use. IIIiif you're a Minnesota resident, please contact your statlegislators in St. Paul to oppose this bill. If you need assistance in determining who your state legislators are, contact the Minnesota State Legislature's general information line at 651.296.0504 or 651.296.2146. This information can also be obtained by calling the SEMA Washington D.C. office at 202.783.6007, ext. 38."
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