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NCPA: Plastic Bag Bans Cause Unintended Consequences

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Aug. 28, 2012 (PBBR) – The National Center for Policy Analysis, based in Dallas, TX and Washington, DC., is a public policy research organization that develops and promotes private alternatives to government regulation and control.

On July 24, 2012, National Center for Policy Analysis posted a video of Senior Fellow Sterling Burnett discussing the unintended consequences that come from cities banning the availability of plastic bags in stores.

We felt that you needed to see the video.

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Plastic Bag Ban Report (PBBR) is published by Ted Duboise and reports news about plastic bag bans across the U.S. and around the globe. Founded January 6, 2010, PBBR is now the #1 resource for plastic bag bans. PBBR is a library of over 400 articles and plastic bag legislation. To learn more, click Plastic Bag Ban Report

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