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In California, a step towards B.Y.O.B (Bring Your Own Bag)

Paper or plastic? The right answer is cloth. California uses 19 billion plastic bags a year. The State Assembly just voted to ban plastic bags and make retailers charge at least a nickel for paper bags. Although the state grocery store lobby wants a uniform policy, Senate passage is uncertain.

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