In contrast, you go to Facebook and Twitter to browse, post, interact. Not to shop. These sites rely on the data they collect about you to show ads based on your behavior. There are several problems with this approach. One of them is that they don’t know who we really are. People’s behavior on Facebook and Twitter is meant to be seen by others. We have an incentive to “Like” things that we don’t necessarily like in real life, or viceversa. Say, would you like this?
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I know that a bag tax or ban would have an impact on the thousands of American families who rely on the plastic bag manufacturing and recycling industry to make ends meet. In addition, plastic bag recycling is a growing green industry that employs more than 30,000 Americans. In this economy, why would our city pass a law that hurts American jobs? It is the wrong time to increase costs at the checkout.
In addition, I’m concerned that some reusable bags contain unsafe levels of toxic metals like lead, and that all reusables, unless properly sanitized, harbor bacteria that could hurt my family.
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