Bill Spadea: “Plastic is progress – we need more bags in NJ”
Another legislative session, another attempt by Trenton insiders to make your life more complicated. This time it’s the expected ban on so-called “single use” plastic. The bags you get at the grocery store are cheap to make, sanitary, and convenient. Many of us use the bags for cleaning up after our dogs, lining indoor trash cans, carrying lunch to work and giving leftovers to friends to take home after dinner. Read the full opinion piece on New Jersey 101.5.