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CLEVELAND– Cuyahoga County council on Tuesday evening passed an ordinance banning one-time use of plastic bags in the county. 

The legislation, introduced by council members Sunny Simon and Dale Miller, would stop stores from  offering plastic bags to customers. Instead, retail establishments  would have to provide either reusable or permitted paper bags.

Stores including Heinen’s and Dave’s are against it, saying they are concerned about how it will impact costs.

Multiple environmental groups were represented at Tuesday’s meeting.

 

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