With lawmakers across the country debating bans and taxes on plastic grocery bags, it's time for you to get involved. Send a letter to your lawmaker if your area is listed below or sign our petition to join the fight against taxes and bans on the plastic bags you use every day.
Join the fight in these areas:
Sign our petition and let New York City lawmakers know that you are against a tax on American-made, recyclable plastic grocery bags.
The Prince George's County Council wants to regulate your grocery bags. Speak up now before it's too late!
Don't let Rhode Island legislators ban a 100% recyclable product and increase burdens on consumers with a new tax.
The Oregon Legislature is revisiting a failed, misguided policy proposal. Remind lawmakers a bag ban is still the wrong choice for Oregon!
Help us defeat plastic bag bans and taxes across the country.
Learn the Facts
Plastic bags have a lower carbon footprint than paper and reusable bags.
Plastic bags are made in America; hundreds of millions of reusable bags are imported from China and other countries each year.
Plastic bags are recycled into building materials such as backyard decking, fencing and playground equipment.