Peninsula cities queue up to vote on plastic bag bans

Nov 28, 2012 Full story: Marin Independent Journal

Earlier this week, the Belmont and Pacifica city councils approved plastic bag ordinances modeled after the one San Mateo County recently adopted for unincorporated areas.

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Dahlia

Burlingame, CA

#1 Nov 29, 2012
IT's NOT a ban; if it was a BAN then we would not see the plastic bags - what it is, its a way to make extra money...if you didn't bring a bag you can purchase one for $0.10 so where is the ban????
anonymous

United States

#2 Dec 2, 2012
You be mad.

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