Another mountain town in Colorado is kicking the bag to the curb, literally. Vail is getting rid of all plastic bags within the town limits.
Another Colorado town is looking into charging a fee for paper or plastic bags, but this time it’s reaching beyond the grocery stores and wants to include every single business.
The City of Boulder may sack plastic grocery bags or at least start charging customers for using them.
Carbondale town trustees have approved a ban on plastic shopping bags at local grocery stores.