Date: Mon, 18 Aug 2003 13:33:06 -0700
Reply-To: Regina Frasca <rfrasca**At_Symbol_Here**CSUSM.EDU>
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From: Regina Frasca <rfrasca**At_Symbol_Here**CSUSM.EDU>
Subject: CA precursor business permit
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Comments: cc: mdizon**At_Symbol_Here**
Hello everyone,
This has certainly been a big day for questions.  Can you assist my
colleague with her question?  This may be just a California thing which
wouldn't be unusual.  Please send her correspondence directly.  She is
not on the list.

My question was in regards to the CA Precursor Business Permit.  Has
anyone applied or tried to apply for this permit?  The application form
is quite involved.  Does the applicant and all the users of the
precursor chemical submit their 10 sets of fingerprints?  I realized you
can bypass the permit application by purchasing the precursor chemicals
from a permitted vendor but the vendor must be from CA and must possess
the Precursor Business Permit.  Does anyone know of a vendor or
manufacturer here in CA who already possess such a permit so we may
purchase these chemicals from them?

Thanks Gina.

Millie Dizon

Regina M. Frasca 
Cal State University San Marcos 
Director of Risk Management & Safety 
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