Brownsville bag-ban imposes charges on consumers

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Cash to be spent on environmental programmes

Brownsville in Texas has a gone step further than most in the battle against the curse of plastic shopping bags. The municipal authority has amended a voluntary ban, which was passed on 5 January 2010,...

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