Elizabeth Marcellino

County Beat Reporter, City News Service

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The LA Board of Supervisors today banned plastic bags from all stores in the unincorporated parts of the County. It also approved a 10-cent surcharge on paper carry-out bags.

Los Angeles County Bans Plastic Bags

The LA Board of Supervisors today banned plastic bags from all stores in the unincorporated parts of the County. It also approved a 10-cent surcharge on paper carry-out bags.

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