Employees from the plastic bag manufacturing and recycling industry rallied at the Sacramento Capitol to oppose California's proposed SB 270, a bill that will ban plastic grocery bags and charge a fee for paper bags and thicker plastic bags at checkout.
Help put an end to the Sacramento bag ban scam. Say NO to SB 270.
Some politicians want to allow grocers to charge you a fee for paper and thicker plastic grocery bags, while banning 100% recyclable plastic bags that are actually better for the environment.
Senator Padilla - your cash grab bill, SB270, will kill 2,000 California jobs while giving billions back to powerful special interests.
The problem with Sacramento? Politicians who put powerful special interests before working families.
Elicia Ortiz, an employee at Crown Poly, explains why her job is at risk because of plastic bag bans like SB 270, which threatens over 2,000 jobs in California.
Alexis Garcia from Cal Watchdog interviews John Phillips about how plastic bag bans are killing American jobs and spreading dangerous bacteria.
Despite the facts, plastic bags have gotten a bad rap. Here's the truth about your plastic bags and why they are the right choice for the environment, your wallet and your community.
Some California politicians are at it again -- learn the inconvenient truth behind efforts to ban recyclable plastic bags and take action at http://www.BagtheBanCalifornia.com.
"You have to use a reusable bag many, many, many, many times to offset the greater environmental impact of making that bag and disposing of that bag compared to a plastic bag." -Huffington Post Live
Help us defeat plastic bag bans and taxes across the country.