A constituency for plastic bags
In this March 14, 2013, file photo, a receptacle for people to deposit their used plastic grocery bags is installed so people can clean up after their dogs in Caon City. (Jeff Shane, Daily Record)
Re: “Ban the bag or charge 5 cents for it,” Feb. 28 Joshua Keating column.
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Warren Paul, Greenwood Village
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