A large pile of washed-up trash, including old plastic bags, sits alongside the Los Angeles River in Long Beach, Calif. This week, Sacramento will join 145 other communities in California in banning single-use plastic bags from grocery stores, large pharmacies and other retailers.
A large pile of washed-up trash, including old plastic bags, sits alongside the Los Angeles River in Long Beach, Calif. This week, Sacramento will join 145 other communities in California in banning single-use plastic bags from grocery stores, large pharmacies and other retailers. Josh Morgan The Associated Press
A large pile of washed-up trash, including old plastic bags, sits alongside the Los Angeles River in Long Beach, Calif. This week, Sacramento will join 145 other communities in California in banning single-use plastic bags from grocery stores, large pharmacies and other retailers. Josh Morgan The Associated Press

Get ready to ditch those plastic bags in Sacramento

December 27, 2015 03:08 PM

UPDATED December 30, 2015 11:11 AM

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