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Homeland Security Presidential Directive (HSPD) 9 - Defense of United States Agriculture and Food, January 30, 2004

Homeland Security Presidential Directive (HSPD) 10 - BioDefense for the 21st Century, April 28, 2004

RSMO Title XVII, Chapter 261

261.20 - Gives the Director of Agriculture authority to impose quarantine

RSMO Title XVII, Chapter 267

267.120 - State Veterinarian may prescribe for infected animals and "call for help on the County Commission or legally substituted court … shall order the sheriff or other officer to give assistance necessary to enforce the law."

267.179 - Indemnification for cattle registering positive for tuberculosis.

267.230 - Power to enforce fines and class of misdemeanor crime and local law enforcement "may" and state law enforcement "shall" assist with enforcement.

267.240 - May change existing rules on movement of animals/travel and discusses the Governor proclaiming a quarantine.

267.590 - Broad authority for the State Veterinarian to quarantine.

267.595 - Broad authority for the State Veterinarian to quarantine.

267.611 - Indemnification and broad authority can be set by the Director of Agriculture.

267.645 - Authority to enter premises and examine livestock.

267.650 - Authority to impound animals

RSMO Title XVII, Chapter 269

269 - Deals with disposal of dead animals and inspections.

RSMO Title V, Chapter 44

44 - Deals with emergency management

Missouri State Emergency Operations Plan, Annex W, Agri-terrorism

Code of State Regulations, Title 11, Division 10, Chapter 11

Emergency Poultry Disease (EPD) Management Plan (Tri-State Area), October 1, 2003

Emergency Support Function # 11 - Agriculture and Natural Resources Annex

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