Call up to Dadant in New York, and see if they carry it. It wouldn't be much of a drive for you.
As for any state laws being broke.....it seems for a state that lost better than 50% of the bees last year, the lack of funding for a competent inspection service, and the new state apiarist who really is a "paper" figure to begin with since he is the apiarist/invasive species coordinator, (that spends more time working on stink bugs and emerald ash borer problems), I think beekeepers should do what they think best for their own operation and interest.
Why has other states filed for section 18 approval yet Pennsylvania has not?
If it is safe, effective, and another product to allow beekeepers to NOT use other more harmful chemicals and poisons in their hives, then the state should be falling over themselves getting this approved.
By sitting back and doing nothing, and allowing this product to NOT be allowed in this state, sends the message that everything is just fine in the industry. I would rather see the state take the position that we need all the help we can get. And by seeking a section 18, more notice and attention could be garnered.
Screw worrying about the state.
Someone get that beekeeper some hops. ;)