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Honeybees are already facing a host of natural dangers nationwide, but a rule that allows beekeepers to remove nuisance bees from people's homes and keep them alive may be in jeopardy. Beekeeper Dennis Langlois makes 500 bee removals from homes a year, but he said he may not be able to do that if the Florida Department of Agriculture changes the rules and only allows exterminators to deal with bee problems at homes and businesses. (WFTV)
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If anything, they should pass a law requiring relocation to be required unless impossible. Simply kill them and leave wax behind and the problem will be right back.
 

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If that does go through, do what I did and become a qualified pest control technician, at least up to the level required to do bee removals.
 
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