Linda Booker

Filmmaker

Filmmaker, "Straws"

Linda Booker on KCRW

California has done a lot to limit the use of single-use plastic bags. Are plastic straws next?

Will straws, like plastic bags, be the next environmental no-no?

California has done a lot to limit the use of single-use plastic bags. Are plastic straws next?

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