The sponsors of a long-stalled ordinance in Chicago that would ban retailers from using plastic bags said on Friday that it might be heading for a vote. CONNECT WITH SN ON LINKEDIN Join SN's LinkedIn Group to network with industry professionals. Ald. Joe Moreno said he believe he has the votes needed to win full city council approval of the ordinance that would prohibit retailers with more than 5,000 square feet of floor space from putting merchandise in plastic bags. Twenty-six ...

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