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I think this may very well fall into the "informative but useless" category of information as it offers no information about cost avoidance or a comparison to the alternatives.

Well, NTC (not sure about NYState) has recently "outlawed" (but not criminalized) plastic grocery bags -- they're ok for fresh produce and but not other things -- So if you buy 8 bags of potato chips or 8 cans of tunafish or loaves of bread you can't have a bag. If you didn't bring your own bag you can buy one for (usually) $1.

I've been carrying a re-usable bag (at the urging of the Sierra Club) for at least 20 years and I'm wondering now how much energy is expended making those re-usuble bags and I'm feeling foolish
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