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Clarification: AIS decals

Published 1:32pm Tuesday, June 26, 2012

The law requiring boats to display the Aquatic Invasive Species Rules decal has been repealed.

This means that boaters no longer need the Aquatic Invasive Species Decal on their boat.

DNR is issuing a press release stating that the Aquatic Invasive Species Rules decal is no longer required.

DNR will not be sending any more of the Aquatic Invasive Species Rules decals out to Deputy Registrars.

If your office has any remaining Aquatic Invasive Species Rules decal, you can certainly keep giving them out to customers if they want one. But boaters are no longer required to have the decal on their boat.

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