Burmese Pythons (Python molurus), Northern African Rock Pythons (Python sebae), Southern African Rock Pythons (Python natalensis), and Yellow Anacondas (Eunectes notaeus) have been added to the Lacey Act, making it a felony to transport them across state lines. The other five species of large constrictors that were originally going to be added to the Lacey act have dodged the bullet - for now.
I don't know if I can apply for any sort of special exception to this rule as an educator and rescuer. But I do know that this is going to have a very negative impact on the "reptile industry" even on a local level and that therefore, Reptile Rescue Center needs to prepare for a potential influx of new intakes.
(This is Sunshine, my Burmese Python, by the way. He was a rescue, and is now one of my Animal Ambassadors I take along to educational presentations.)