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In Coronavirus, Industry Sees Chance to Undo Plastic Bag Bans

NYTimes.com Thursday, 26 March 2020 ()
Backers of single-use plastic bags, battered by a series of bans nationwide, are using the health scare to argue their bags are cleaner and safer.
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News video: Gov. Baker prohibits reusable shopping bags during coronavirus emergency

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"From now on, reusable bags are prohibited and all regulations on plastic bag bans are lifted. Finally, stores are not allowed to charge for paper and plastic bags at this time."

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