Plastic Bags: Is this thing on?


  Duped!  bamboozled!  tricked ! On November 8th 2016 48% of Californians voted against the Plastic Bag (Prop 67) law. Perhaps they read the ballot measure. Which allowed retailers to sell plastic bags to shoppers. On November 9th, Californians began paying retailers like Wal Mart and other supermarkets ten cents for a plastic (reusable bags).Continue reading “Plastic Bags: Is this thing on?”

California Passed a Plastic Bag Ban. Here’s What You Need to Know.


By Katie Rose Quandt/Mother Jones California became the first state to pass a bill banning the ubiquitous disposable plastic bag.  The law, prohibits grocery and retail stores from providing single-use plastic bags and require them to charge at least 10 cents for paper bags, compostable bags, and reusable plastic bags. The bill, introduced by Sen. Alex PadillaContinue reading “California Passed a Plastic Bag Ban. Here’s What You Need to Know.”

Torn. A Plastic dilemma


Remember when you went to supermarket and the checker would ask you paper or plastic? Today at most stores its plastic or plastic.    Small plastic bags to Mega plastic bags large enough to hold a screaming toddler( not that you would ever place someones screaming child in a large plastic bag-even though that childContinue reading “Torn. A Plastic dilemma”