OK SanTana Paper or plastic? We await your city council debate

The environmentalists have hit the news again. According to a report by the A.P. the San Francisco city council, by a vote of 10-1, passed a law banning the use of plastic bags in their city. The law is effective in six months for grocery stores and takes effect in one year for pharmacies.

So let’s just cut down some more trees.

If Mayor Newsom signs the bill San Francisco will be “the first U.S. to adopt such a rule.”
The ban would apply to petroleum based bags and not biodegradable plastic bags which might be acceptable.

Juice readers. Any thoughts on this pending action?

That’s why we shop at Costco. They give you boxes instead of bags for your purchases

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