Minneapolis will ban plastic bags

No serious discussion of issues associated with gender identity can be undertaken without the studying the effects of phthalates and other plasticizers on human genetics.
The Minneapolis City Council is banning retailers from using plastic carry out bags, under an ordinance approved Friday. Under the ordinance, retailers can offer paper, reusable or compostable bags. Retailers can either charge customers at least 5 cents per bag, or the retailer can pay the same fee to a litter cleanup nonprofit. Customers who receive food assistance will be exempted from paying for bags. The ban will take effect in June 2017. [MPR News]
Lake Street was home in '72 and part of '73 before a roommate stole three kilos from me.

Brookings has considered a plastic bag ban; so has Sioux City, Iowa.

In 2015 Santa Fe amended its Reusable Bag Ordinance requiring retail stores to charge a 10-cent fee for every paper grocery bag to encourage the use of reusable shopping bags.

This reporter has been chronicling gender bending chemicals in the environment since beginning blogging.

Here are twenty ways to just say no to plastic.

Bake a man a pie and he'll learn to divide by seven. Teach a man piety and he'll crucify the apples then say they died for his sins.

1 comment:

john smith said...

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