LOS ANGELES — A city councilman here has proposed a ban on single-use paper and plastic bags. Under his plan, stores would be permitted to give away or sell only reusable tote bags; an exemption would be small plastic bags used to wrap fresh vegetables and meat. The City Council's Emergency and Environment Committee will decide whether to move forward with the proposal.
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