Cincinnati City Council Member Chris Seelbach is moving forward with legislation to ban single-use plastic bags by retailers. Seelbach shelved the ordinance at the beginning of the pandemic. Now we could see a vote by mid-September with one revision to the proposal.
The ban can be paused by the city manager during states of emergency, such as the one declared by the city to deal with the pandemic.
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