Mitchell Sissons of Stadium Thriftway in Tacoma puts a customer’s groceries into a recycled plastic grocery bag Monday. The city of Tacoma is asking residents whether plastic bag use should be restricted or banned because of environmental impacts and concerns over litter.
Mitchell Sissons of Stadium Thriftway in Tacoma puts a customer’s groceries into a recycled plastic grocery bag Monday. The city of Tacoma is asking residents whether plastic bag use should be restricted or banned because of environmental impacts and concerns over litter. Dean J. Koepfler dkoepfler@thenewstribune
Mitchell Sissons of Stadium Thriftway in Tacoma puts a customer’s groceries into a recycled plastic grocery bag Monday. The city of Tacoma is asking residents whether plastic bag use should be restricted or banned because of environmental impacts and concerns over litter. Dean J. Koepfler dkoepfler@thenewstribune

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