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Topic - House Environmental Matters Committee
Prince George's County residents won't have to worry about paying for plastic grocery bags for at least one more year.
Supporters of a Maryland ban on smoking inside vehicles with child passengers say the proposed legislation is strictly a health concern while opponents say it's yet another attack on individual rights.
Prince George's County's House delegation voted Friday to approve a 5 cent countywide bag tax, advancing the legislation to a House committee.