A Raley’s store in Sacramento offers reusable bags for 10 cents. Sacramento and other cities banned single-use plastic bags, but bag makers are trying to overturn a statewide ban with Propositions 65 and 67. To read previous arguments for and against other ballot measures, go to sacbee.com/opinion/op-ed.
A Raley’s store in Sacramento offers reusable bags for 10 cents. Sacramento and other cities banned single-use plastic bags, but bag makers are trying to overturn a statewide ban with Propositions 65 and 67. To read previous arguments for and against other ballot measures, go to sacbee.com/opinion/op-ed. Andrew Seng Sacramento Bee file
A Raley’s store in Sacramento offers reusable bags for 10 cents. Sacramento and other cities banned single-use plastic bags, but bag makers are trying to overturn a statewide ban with Propositions 65 and 67. To read previous arguments for and against other ballot measures, go to sacbee.com/opinion/op-ed. Andrew Seng Sacramento Bee file

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