N.M. city council prohibits plastic grocery bags

The Santa Fe, N.M., City Council has voted to ban plastic grocery bags that are thinner than 2.25 mils. The ban, which goes into effect in six months, does not apply to bags provided at restaurants or food banks and small ones used for bulk items. The city joins Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle and Austin, Texas, in banning plastic bags.

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