Governor Proposes State-Wide Plastic Bag Ban As Suffolk County Shoppers Adjust To Five-Cent Bag Fee - 27 East

Governor Proposes State-Wide Plastic Bag Ban As Suffolk County Shoppers Adjust To Five-Cent Bag Fee

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A frame of busy bees. Larvae and eggs in the oval in the middle, honey around the edges.   LISA DAFFY

A frame of busy bees. Larvae and eggs in the oval in the middle, honey around the edges. LISA DAFFY

author on May 21, 2018
Shoppers throughout Suffolk County have been slowly but surely switching from plastic and paper bags to reusable bags when buying groceries and gifts—and there soon may be one final push... more

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