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    Plastic bags, worth the risk? A lot of states have passed laws that require stores to charge at least 5 cents per plastic bag which has some people fuming. Less 0.2 percent of plastic bags make up world pollution. Do we really need to debate a fee? There is other trash that is being dumped into the ocean, which is bad for the environment. Plastic bags also create jobs for people in factories and if we charge a fee on bags some people would not buy bags. So there should not be a fee on plastic bags. A good reason to eliminate a fee is less than 0.2 of garbage are plastic bags. “Total waste in the world is enormous. Some of it is recycled, but a lot is simply dumped, causing problems for people and the environment.”says Total waste in the world is enormous. Some of it is recycled, but a lot is simply dumped, causing problems for people and the environment. http://www.theworldcounts.com If there is so much trash we should not be so…

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    were thinking in your mind what should I do? Today I will be explaining and giving some advice to help you be ready and ready to travel without getting worried or complicated. We all know that traveling requires taking your personal stuff with you to whatever place you are traveling to, either you were traveling aboard (airplane) or driving on land (car). Sometimes human brain won’t be really helpful in remembering your personal items, or sometimes you have a lot of stuff to take with…

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    Did you know that plastic bags are contained with recyclable materials. Paper bags are hurting low income families and cause us to use more of our non-renewable resources. It´s affects the low income family because maybe they're on a budget and can’t afford to go over it. Also it affects us because we are running out of nonrenewable resources. This is a problem because low income families are trying to feed their family on a budget. It will take more nonrenewable resources and after a few…

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    serious problem each year, the usage of products such as plastic bags is a highly contentious topic. Something must be done to limit the amount of plastic bags used in many communities. My community should impose a tax upon plastic bags to not only limit the amount of plastic people use but to make money back. An outright ban of plastic bags would not be effective in stopping the use of plastic bags because plastic bags can be reused for certain things. If the ban was to be imposed people would…

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    Anti Bag Tax

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    When plastics bags become litter, they pollute oceans, rivers, farmlands, cities, and neighborhoods"(Shirley). Creating a ban on plastic bags would create an exceptional city. The government should impose a bag tax because reusable bags are the best choice for the environment, more convenient, and improves customers' responsibility. Reusable bags are why a bag tax is important because they create a cleaner environment. People don't care about cheap plastic bags and so they end up as litter.…

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    should be required to enforce a 25 cent per plastic bag fee? Which will save our environment, and keep plastic out of our oceans, landfills and storm drains. Or do you believe this fee is unnecessary, and it penalizes people who do not have an adequate amount of money to buy reusable bags? For the poor do not need another fee, and workers don't need the extra work. However, isn't it depressing to see how much plastic has accumulated over the years on our planet. The majority of landfills,…

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    Life Without Plastic Essay

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    Some blows out of the water by mistake or come from large landfills. The other rest of plastic comes from people that throw it into the water on purpose or leaving it on a beach so that it ends up in the sea. Animals sometimes swallow plastic stuff or eat the plastic. The animals may be damaged and it happens that they die. The problem becomes greater because most of the plastic takes a long time to break down. The plastic that is in the sea will thus remain there if no one picks it up. Many sea…

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    body against the man’s front door, groaned, slammed once more, and knocked harshly for many seconds. Startled, the man whipped his whole body to face the door. Knock. Knock. Knock. The doorknob rattled. A shrill voice tore through what was once a pleasant silence: “Open up, dammit! Ih’know you’re in there!” The man on the inside of the door was tall; he was strong, not easily overpowered. The lady on the other side sounded frail, perhaps even a Freak. But what could he gain through letting her…

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    Roque The Exploding Lunch Bag Introduction “POP!” A balloon just blew up. But no, it was a plastic bag. But no one was there. So who blew it up? It turns out that it blew up by a mixture of vinegar, baking soda, and… WATER!!! What do you think, can you pop a bag with that mixture? Purpose The reason why I chose this experiment is because I have seen the reaction when both vinegar and baking soda go together… an explosion of vinegar. And if vinegar and baking soda can make a huge…

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    bags is usually paper which is the opposite of the better option. In Oakland, California an organization backed by plastic manufacturers brought on a lawsuit claiming the city did not research enough on the reproductions of a bag ban and if they had done the research they would have realized paper bags are just as bad as plastic bags (McGrath). This has become the wave of bans on plastic bags continues every day, but most bans do not take into account that paper is just as bad and as they…

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