California seeks to ban free, single-use carryout bags in retail

Jun 5, 2010 Full story: Chain Store Age 5,132

New York City The California State Assembly on Wednesday narrowly approved a bill would make California the first state in the nation to ban single-use plastic and paper bags from being handed out free of charge at supermarkets, drug stores, convenience stores and liquor stores.

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Michelle

Barstow, CA

#3746 Jul 15, 2012
When is the Michelle is driving to Redlands, California?
Right Hear

Irving, TX

#3748 Jul 16, 2012
Another big problem is loud music in clubs. I like to go out and watch my favorite rock or heavy metal band but the volume at some of these shows is just horrendous and can do damage to people who have sensitive hearing like m.

I think we should have a law that protects people from having to be exposed to these loud and harmful sounds. The FAA should mandate mufflers on any plane that creates a sound above 70 decibels.

It's just not fair that I can't go out and enjoy a night on the town without being exposed to dangerous levels of sound.

They should also ban these loud motorcycles that keep going up and down my street. And parents should NOT be allowed to have loud crying children in public. I think you should be given a citation if your child is crying or screaming in public for more than 30 seconds.

We need to make everyplace that I want to go safe for us with sensitive hearing. My doctor has told me that if I go into a boiler room for more than 3-4 hours my hearing can be permanently damaged and I may even go deaf. But I love boiler rooms and can't imagine not being able to be in one any longer.

PROTECT ME FROM GOING DEAF!!

PASS NOISE POLLUTION LAWS!!

“I'll paint any car,”

Since: Aug 08

For $99.99

#3750 Jul 16, 2012
Lincoln Sam wrote:
<quoted text>
And how many grebes have you seen swimming around jn Clear Lake with a plastic bag stuck to them?
How many have You seen?
Tagem

Monrovia, CA

#3751 Jul 16, 2012
Bagem and tagem, thats the new motto!
Egbert

Glendale, CA

#3752 Jul 18, 2012
tired wrote:
Why dont retailers use biodegradeable bags?
we have been picking the plastic bags and trash up around outside of our property since we moved in. It would be helpful if Benz and apartment owners kept their lids closed on trash containers
Egbert

Glendale, CA

#3753 Jul 18, 2012
Right Hear wrote:
Another big problem is loud music in clubs. I like to go out and watch my favorite rock or heavy metal band but the volume at some of these shows is just horrendous and can do damage to people who have sensitive hearing like m.
I think we should have a law that protects people from having to be exposed to these loud and harmful sounds. The FAA should mandate mufflers on any plane that creates a sound above 70 decibels.
It's just not fair that I can't go out and enjoy a night on the town without being exposed to dangerous levels of sound.
They should also ban these loud motorcycles that keep going up and down my street. And parents should NOT be allowed to have loud crying children in public. I think you should be given a citation if your child is crying or screaming in public for more than 30 seconds.
We need to make everyplace that I want to go safe for us with sensitive hearing. My doctor has told me that if I go into a boiler room for more than 3-4 hours my hearing can be permanently damaged and I may even go deaf. But I love boiler rooms and can't imagine not being able to be in one any longer.
PROTECT ME FROM GOING DEAF!!
PASS NOISE POLLUTION LAWS!!
now there is a use for plastic bag stuff it in your ears!
Nijerts

La Puente, CA

#3754 Jul 18, 2012
Just can't get away from all the news storieslately about crooked politicans, mostly at the local city government level, we will call them Jr. Crooks.

But you know when your a big time crook when you can ly and run for president of united states under the Republican/GOP/Tea Party Nation members banner of honsty?
Honestly I'm lying my 'bucks' off - Willard Mitt Romney, Crooks.
River dance

Monrovia, CA

#3756 Jul 21, 2012
Or is that River Prance?
Ob2se

Sasebo, Japan

#3757 Jul 22, 2012
Good idea.. won't help you not get shot though.. or robbed.. or both.. but it will definitely have a big impact on the landfills.. it's a responsible governmenty thing to do.
Of Na annie

Monrovia, CA

#3758 Jul 22, 2012
Red tops are the best, never need to be checked.

“I beleave in reason not god”

Since: Jun 11

Location hidden

#3759 Jul 22, 2012
coastalcutie2000 wrote:
My family has been using our own bags for a couple of years now, and trust me, it is not hard to do! In a world full of pollution this is one simple thing that will make a large impact!
you make no impact expact maybe saving a little maney if you always remember to bring your bag
Ronald

Long Beach, CA

#3760 Jul 22, 2012
freethinker1957 wrote:
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you make no impact expact maybe saving a little maney if you always remember to bring your bag
freethinker1957.

Long Beach only imposes its Lowenthal grocery and goods bag harassment tax on those who pay for their own groceries. The majority of city residents "pay" for their "free" food with taxpayer provided food stamps. They are exempt from paying the Lowenthal harassment tax "BY LAW". The cost of providing "free" grocery bags to the city's food stamp using majority is built into the price of food the city's taxpaying minority is charged.

Ronald
Stephanie

San Francisco, CA

#3761 Jul 22, 2012
San Jose already does this and it's not that bad. But seriously, where do they expect us to put our garbage? So will end up paying for trash bags anyways, that's what companies want to get everybody buying bags at the store again. How about they focus on getting people back to work instead of wasting time.
Heads down

Monrovia, CA

#3762 Jul 22, 2012
Keep your head down Tim Donnelly, your just a stupid fool who tried to bring a semiauto .45 cal. pistol on board a aircraft.

You stupid Tea Party Nation member.
Stephanie

San Francisco, CA

#3763 Jul 22, 2012
Or how about lawmakers cut off their bonuses and their checks in half and save the state millions in the process instead of this.
Go Blue

Miami, FL

#3764 Jul 23, 2012
..Good to see, the forward thinking people of the sinking state of California, have their priorities in order...lol...
better idea

San Diego, CA

#3765 Jul 23, 2012
Stephanie wrote:
Or how about lawmakers cut off their bonuses and their checks in half and save the state millions in the process instead of this.
Why don't you get on your knees and do what you do best...
Reed

Azusa, CA

#3766 Jul 23, 2012
This is just trash talk anyway must be some spammer who got upset.
Puckered

San Dimas, CA

#3768 Jul 23, 2012
Who really care?

I sure don't.
NoBlamer 2012

Mt Meadows Area, CA

#3770 Jul 24, 2012
mexica wrote:
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EXACTLY!!! Finally, someone hit the jackpot! This is what is all about! Not the environment!
we should annex maywood to messyhole

what a disgusting cesspool you illegal invaders have turned so cal into

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