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Plastic bag bill heads to S.C. Senate

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By The Staff

COLUMBIA – Whether town and counties can ban plastic bags is in the hands of the South Carolina Senate. 

The House has approved legislation that would give the General Assembly the sole authority to regulate plastic bags. 

The American Progressive Bag Alliance, which opposes plastic-bag bans, spent $30,500 lobbying S.C. lawmakers last year, according to news reports. 

The Isle of Palms enacted a bag in 2015. Folly Beach, Surfside Beach and Beaufort County followed with similar bans.


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