Montgomery County Bag Tax Isn't Changing HabitsA five-cent tax on plastic bags isn't changing the behavior of Montgomery County shoppers as much as officials had hoped.
Prince George's Could Add 5-Cent Bag TaxPrince George's County could be the next jurisdiction in line in the Washington area to add a disposable bag tax.
Prince George's Council Supports 5-Cent Bag TaxThe Prince George's County Council has voted in support of legislation that would create a 5-cent disposable bag tax like the ones in the nation's capital and Montgomery County.
Montgomery County Readies For 5-Cent Bag FeeMontgomery County is getting ready to implement a 5-cent bag tax modeled after the one that took effect in the nation's capital in January 2010.
Montgomery County Passes Disposable Bag FeeMontgomery County has approved a 5-cent bag tax modeled after the one that took effect in the nation's capital last year.
ACLU Looking For Plaintiffs In Washington Metro LawsuitThe ACLU wants to talk to people who have had their bags searched while using Washington's Metro transit system.
D.C.'s Nickel-A-Bag Fee Nets City $2 Million So FarWashington shoppers have spent approximately $2 million on paper and plastic bags in the past year, one nickel at a time. The city's 5-cent tax on bags began in January of last year, but consumers spent much less pocket change than predicted to pay for bags from grocery, liquor and convenience stores.
Metro Riders Question Bag Screening PolicyDozens showed up at a Metro Riders Advisory Council on Monday evening to object to the transit agency's new random bag screening policy.

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