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FRONT PAGE  |  6/18/2019
TUESDAY, JAN 30, 2018  |  14 comments
California Bill Threatens Waiters With Jail for Providing Plastic Straws

Waiters could face criminal penalties for giving straws to customers if a recently proposed California bill goes into effect.

California Assemblyman Ian Calderon, the Democratic majority leader of the state Assembly, has introduced a bill into the state’s lower House that would make it a criminal offense for restaurant employees to provide patrons with single-use plastic straws unless a patron specifically requests one. The measure would only apply to sit-down restaurants, and not fast food or similar locations.

Each such action would constitute a misdemeanor, punishable by up to six months in jail and a $1,000 fine. ...


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Adriel  Find all comments by Adriel
Steve Doring wrote:
Thanks, 'Adriel', for that news about oil-eating bacteria. I'll have to stop cleaning the bathroom so I can get them to take over the work.
Steve; Why do have crude oil all over your bathroom? Do you live on an oil rig??
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News Item1/31/18 1:37 PM
Steve Doring | Tampa, FL  Find all comments by Steve Doring
Plastic straws are a real problem for beach cleaning. I have heard of contracts written for beach concessions to sell food and drinks to prohibit the dispensing of plastic straws. They are just too hard to pick up with the equipment used to clean our beaches.
I've also heard that styrofoam cups are becoming outlawed in parks in some parts of this great state, the third most populous one in this great country.
(sorry to sound so negative here)
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News Item1/30/18 11:12 PM
CJ | Indiana  Find all comments by CJ
Now straw prices are going to plummet because of reducing demand, and so many straws will become unemployed and need public assistance. This is going to be an economical nightmare. Only President Trump can fix this.
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News Item1/30/18 11:05 PM
Switzerland  Find all comments by Switzerland
Just switch to paper
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News Item1/30/18 9:01 PM
Backwoods Duck Farmer | Mississippi  Find all comments by Backwoods Duck Farmer
People
Eat
Tasty
Animals
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News Item1/30/18 9:00 PM
Backwoods Duck Farmer | Mississippi  Find all comments by Backwoods Duck Farmer
All you people on this thread are being unnecessarily cruel to these well meaning liberals. They're simply concerned about restaurant customers accidentally sucking innocent drowning flies. Drinking from the rim of a cup, you are more likely to spot and rescue the poor little buggers. It's all about saving innocent creatures. Now if you'll excuse me, I have some diseased stray dogs I need to go assist.
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News Item1/30/18 9:00 PM
Backwoods Duck Farmer | Mississippi  Find all comments by Backwoods Duck Farmer
All you people on this thread are being unnecessarily cruel to these well meaning liberals. They're simply concerned about restaurant customers accidentally sucking innocent drowning flies. Drinking from the rim of a cup, you are more likely to spot and rescue the poor little buggers. It's all about saving innocent creatures. Now if you'll excuse me, I have some diseased stray dogs I need to go assist.
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News Item1/30/18 3:39 PM
Chase | Queen Creek, AZ  Find all comments by Chase
Christopher000,
Oh no it's not outside the box, simply the logical conclusion 👍🏻😉
Meant 'medical procedures' 👌🏻
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News Item1/30/18 3:09 PM
Steve Doring | Tampa, FL  Find all comments by Steve Doring
Thanks, 'Adriel', for that news about oil-eating bacteria. I'll have to stop cleaning the bathroom so I can get them to take over the work.
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News Item1/30/18 2:36 PM
Adriel  Find all comments by Adriel
Does GOD have a solution??

"Are we in danger of destroying life on the planet by continually dumping millions of tons of polyurethane plastics into our waterways and landscapes and by enormous oil spills in the oceans? In both cases, the problems may sound insurmountable until we remember that our God is both the Creator and Sustainer of life and planet earth.

Recently Yale University students isolated a fungus in the Amazon rainforest capable of breaking down manmade polyurethane plastics. It is the first time an organism has been discovered that can do this. So there’s hope."

"In June 1979 Mexico’s Ixtoc oil well exploded and spewed 30,000 barrels of oil per day for ten months. It wreaked havoc first in Mexico and then Texas."
"Two years after the Ixtoc spill, many were surprised at how quickly those environments returned to health. Just three decades later, people are hard-pressed to find any evidence of the spill, and the same thing is happening with the BP spill. It turns out that the lion’s share of the clean-up is done by oil-eating bacteria."

https://answersingenesis.org/environmental-science/environmental-clean-up-crew/

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News Item1/30/18 1:08 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Nice call, Chase...that's thinking outside the box.
I have no idea what medical orepcedutes is though. Must be some hillbilly term.
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News Item1/30/18 9:38 AM
Chase | Queen Creek, AZ  Find all comments by Chase
You know I actually see the point here. Plastic straws can be thrown on the sidewalk, then if it rains they can become extremely slippery and cause as elderly man or woman walking by to slip and fall, then leading to a broken hip requiring surgery and years, possibly a lifetime of pain from such an injury. If you really think about it, California is really just trying to protect elderly people from broken hips and expensive medical orepcedutes and a lifetime of physical pain. Therefore I say, THANK YOU CALIFORNIA!!!!!! 🙄😒
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News Item1/30/18 7:11 AM
Ignominious Emirakan | Strewn with error  Find all comments by Ignominious Emirakan
Straw man arguments.
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News Item1/30/18 6:52 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Absolute insanity.
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