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NY's Plastic Bag Ban Begins March 1st. Here's Everything You Need To Know

Gothamist Thursday, 20 February 2020
NY's Plastic Bag Ban Begins March 1st. Here's Everything You Need To KnowNew Yorkers use 23 billion plastic bags a year. That's about to change. [ more › ]
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News video: NYC Plastic Bag Ban Generating Frustration From Customers, Store Owners

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Checking out at stores across New York could soon cost you more money. The state's plastic bag ban goes into effect March 1; CBS2's John Dias reports.

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