California lawmakers reject bag bans
This September, lawmakers rejected AB 1998, a measure that would ban single-use grocery bags in grocery stores and pharmacies throughout the state of California. The law included a provision that stated shoppers could buy one for 4 to 6 cents during check-out.
Those opposing the bill crossed partisan lines, with both Democrats and Republicans claiming the bill would take too much freedom out of the hands of the everyday consumer.
Read more about it on ABC.com.