California seeks to ban free, single-...

California seeks to ban free, single-use carryout bags in retail

There are 5134 comments on the Chain Store Age story from Jun 5, 2010, titled California seeks to ban free, single-use carryout bags in retail. In it, Chain Store Age reports that:

New York City The California State Assembly on Wednesday narrowly approved a bill would make California the first state in the nation to ban single-use plastic and paper bags from being handed out free of charge at supermarkets, drug stores, convenience stores and liquor stores.

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GoofBall

Covina, CA

#3902 Aug 26, 2012
Not only do you get one, butt more are added later.

P.S. bring your own paper to clean up the mess you keep making.

Marketing like this must be legal.

No spray cans, just paint buckets and brushes.
Snommoc

Delaware, OH

#3903 Aug 26, 2012
BrandX wrote:
George Clooney is queer
George Clooney is an Obama sucking, liberal piece of shit.
GoofBall

Covina, CA

#3904 Aug 26, 2012
Just how do you play goofball anyway?

Your get five or more racists idiots to post their threatening rants on any web sites topics.

Is that anything like BIG GOTS?
tim macdonald

United States

#3906 Aug 28, 2012
I wish all liberals would just choke on plastic
Flyinghorse

West Covina, CA

#3908 Aug 29, 2012
Witha scooper and plastic bags, they fly in to action and clean up afterwards.
YeahSoYouThinkSo

Napa, CA

#3909 Aug 29, 2012
Rose wrote:
Now that I read the posts made by con dumbs, I'm in favor of it. Why don't con dumbs care about the environment? Why do they always whine, "PC"?
Why do people always think of the environment, we are not hurting it in any way, the whole global warming was a hoax get with the program, and for the bags being BAN is just going to cause more unemployment, and for biodegradable is just going to rise prices on groceries. so whatever is what i would say, is not like they asked for our vote.
YeahSoYouThinkSo

Napa, CA

#3910 Aug 29, 2012
And who says that the plastic bags are not reusable?
1. I use it as a one or two time lunch bag
2. use as a garbage bag<--# 1 choice of use.
3. store things temporarily
There is all sorts of use for these plastic bags,and if we are going to @#$@# about plastic bags why don't we just ban plastic all together, and lets not forget Styrofoam get those @#$#% out the restaurants tooo....
Were back

Sierra Madre, CA

#3911 Aug 29, 2012
WoW, never thought that commercial would end.
YeahSoYouThinkSo

Napa, CA

#3912 Aug 29, 2012
Oh Brother wrote:
The Failed state of California. Second broke state in the union. Nevada being number one. Because of Obama and his illegal aliens. No jobs for Americans. Obama put illegal aliens before Americans. Ron Paul said we need the military on our border NOW! How could Americans be so blind as to what is happening to our nation. I'm voting for a new puppet. Jerry Brown is a whore.
Stick with the subject!
Were back

Sierra Madre, CA

#3913 Aug 29, 2012
Oops looks like another commercial.
Ronald

Long Beach, CA

#3914 Aug 29, 2012
YeahSoYouThinkSo wrote:
And who says that the plastic bags are not reusable?
1. I use it as a one or two time lunch bag
2. use as a garbage bag<--# 1 choice of use.
3. store things temporarily
There is all sorts of use for these plastic bags,and if we are going to @#$@# about plastic bags why don't we just ban plastic all together, and lets not forget Styrofoam get those @#$#% out the restaurants tooo....
YeahSoYouThinkSo.

This foot-in-the-door Lowenthal grocery bag harassment tax had its genesis in revolutionary Long Beach. Long Beach is home to one of the most radical of the expensive taxpayer supported of the States' university system, second only to that of Berkeley, of "filthy speech" fame. Wealthy "Liberal" university snobs have long looked down their noses at the States' increasingly impoverished worker *("middle")* class minority who are forced to pay their exorbitant salaries, and who are "on the hook" *(so to speak")* for $ Billions $ more worth of unfunded taxpayer obligated retirement moneys.

In a more humane era, California legislators exempted Californians from the need to pay increasingly burdensome sales taxes on food. The post-60's era revolutionary element who are now firmly in control of California have always resented that - what they call - "tax break". I fear the Lowenthal grocery and goods bag harassment tax is the first step towards imposing a confiscatory Government sales tax on food, just as Californians have been burdened with goods taxes.

Incidentally, the revolutionaries are all too clever. In Long Beach, the voting majority of city residents who pay for their groceries with taxpayer funded food stamps are exempt from paying the Lowenthal harassment tax.

Ronald
YeahSoYouThinkSo

Napa, CA

#3915 Aug 29, 2012
Were back wrote:
Oops looks like another commercial.
done with commercials:)
YeahSoYouThinkSo

Napa, CA

#3916 Aug 29, 2012
Ronald wrote:
<quoted text>
YeahSoYouThinkSo.
This foot-in-the-door Lowenthal grocery bag harassment tax had its genesis in revolutionary Long Beach. Long Beach is home to one of the most radical of the expensive taxpayer supported of the States' university system, second only to that of Berkeley, of "filthy speech" fame. Wealthy "Liberal" university snobs have long looked down their noses at the States' increasingly impoverished worker *("middle")* class minority who are forced to pay their exorbitant salaries, and who are "on the hook" *(so to speak")* for $ Billions $ more worth of unfunded taxpayer obligated retirement moneys.
In a more humane era, California legislators exempted Californians from the need to pay increasingly burdensome sales taxes on food. The post-60's era revolutionary element who are now firmly in control of California have always resented that - what they call - "tax break". I fear the Lowenthal grocery and goods bag harassment tax is the first step towards imposing a confiscatory Government sales tax on food, just as Californians have been burdened with goods taxes.
Incidentally, the revolutionaries are all too clever. In Long Beach, the voting majority of city residents who pay for their groceries with taxpayer funded food stamps are exempt from paying the Lowenthal harassment tax.
Ronald
Did you just copy and paste this from a previous comment?
don't answer you did!:) And to bad I dont qualify for food stamps,I get @#$% for having a job.
Ronald

Long Beach, CA

#3917 Aug 29, 2012
YeahSoYouThinkSo wrote:
<quoted text>
Did you just copy and paste this from a previous comment?
don't answer you did!:) And to bad I dont qualify for food stamps,I get @#$% for having a job.
YeahSoYouThinkSo.

No. The post was directed towards your post. I did not cut and paste from a previous post.

It's unfortunate that you are engaged in gainful employment. You may be aware that, when the California revolutionary ruling class politicians tally up the income of "the poor", they only tally various kinds of taxpayer provided cash income. Once their of-kind benefits - such as "free" taxpayer funded telephones, food stamps, and myriad other taxpayer funded "entitlements" - including their exemption from being required to pay the Lowenthal grocery bag harassment tax - are included though, one can easily understand why the States' voting majority - the so-called "the poor" - are living a lifestyle far and above that of the minority of struggling worker *("middle")* class employed people whom the politicians are charging to pay for it.

Ronald
Were back

Sierra Madre, CA

#3918 Aug 29, 2012
Where is the band, Oh that wan't the band? Then where is it?
Lincoln Sam

Lincoln, CA

#3920 Aug 30, 2012
We hope they're banned. We've been using canvas totes for many years.
The American Chemistry Council is nothing more than a lobby for the chemical industry that makes the bags and much more.
Were back

Covina, CA

#3921 Aug 30, 2012
How do you wrap a plastic station break?
Escorat

San Diego, CA

#3922 Aug 30, 2012
They tried this years agon in California, it failed. Besides plastic bags they tried it on 6 pack plastic holders that failed too. What about all the plastic car parts we have strewn across our freeways, you going to out law plastic cars?
Were back

Covina, CA

#3923 Aug 30, 2012
When will this plastic bag commercial ever end?
Mr Slippery Salami

Delaware, OH

#3924 Aug 31, 2012
Escorat wrote:
They tried this years agon in California, it failed. Besides plastic bags they tried it on 6 pack plastic holders that failed too. What about all the plastic car parts we have strewn across our freeways, you going to out law plastic cars?
Outlaw plastic cars? Never. If the corrpted EPA and the liberal left have their way with mandatory max MPG for cars and trucks,they'll be made *completely* of plastic. The airbags in these cars will also be your bodybag.

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