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Regulations on Plastic Bags at the Grocery Store

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Hailey is discussing banning plastic bags from local grocery stores to help save the environment. If this ban goes through you will need to either bring your own canvas bags or pay a small fee to use paper bags. If the stores choose to keep plastic bags they could be fined $50.00 a day.

Some people are really upset about this. Plastic bags are used for lots of other things like picking up after your dog, small trash bag liners, lunch bags, etc.

On the other hand it’s just plastic bags. If it’s better for the environment, why not? Plus the canvas bags are bigger and stronger so there is no need to use plastic bags.

What do you think?

Plastic or no Plastic?

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