Stop me before I buy food

posted by
April 21, 2013
San Francisco Chronicle
by Debra J. Saunders  
Posted in Commentary, PND Commentary

"There is no problem too flimsy for Sacramento's nanny lawmakers, as witnessed by the many laws that state solons have proposed to keep constituents from getting free plastic bags at the grocery store. Those teensy plastic bags are cheap. They're lightweight. They're energy-efficient. People use them a lot, which means that they can end up as litter. That can be ugly. So Sacramento Democrats keep concocting bills to outlaw their idea of blight -- not the homeless, not unemployment, but bags. When Sacramento lawmakers see an opportunity to stick it to employed people who buy things, nothing can stop them." (04/20/13)  

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