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Yes, and ban all disposable products that are not made of at least 75% of biodegradable material

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No, but increase tax incentives for companies that make biodegradable products

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@97ZW7SD from Kansas answered…14hrs

No, increase subsidies for development of biodegradable products and increase recycling facilities

@97ZTK2B from Michigan answered…17hrs

No but increase consumer incentives to recycle AND tax incentives for companies making biodegradable products.

@97ZQZBH from Missouri answered…1 day

 @David-Cooper from Kentucky answered…2 days

NO, organisms have been discovered/created that eat plastic. We should continue to use biodegradable products and hopefully one day technology will advance to where we don't use plastic for these things.

 @David-Cooper-KY from Kentucky answered…2 days

No, an organism has been found/created that eats plastic. We should use more biodegradable products and in the future, technology should improve to the point where we don't use plastics for the above mentioned things.

@97Z8ZTP from Texas answered…3 days

There should be a way to burn these disposable products, we shouldn’t ban them, but rather have them burned through fire. Wait, I think some could be flammable, like REAL flammable. I don’t know, but we need to get rid of them somehow, but banning them isn’t a good option. This could create protest.

@97YPHK4 from California answered…6 days

Yes, not only for the environment but also for human health as plastic can leach into food

@97XCGD4Progressive from Massachusetts answered…1wk

Take other actions to strongly discourage production of low-biodegradable disposable products without outright banning them.

@97WZNSM from North Carolina answered…1wk

@97WKXH6 from Michigan answered…1wk

they should be replaced with something that doesn't harm the environment

@97WC8JQSocialistfrom Maine  answered…2wks

@97VBJGPDemocrat from California answered…2wks

@97V5KVFSocialist from Arkansas answered…2wks

Ban them, make a way for different disposable materials to be used

@97V7PLJ from Texas answered…2wks

@97V6SLB from California answered…2wks

@97TPPXJfrom Guam  answered…2wks

Yes, but enforce the replacement of disposable products into biodegradable single-use products

@97TBGKL from Michigan answered…2wks

No but increase incentives for people to recycle and for the companies to make biodegradable products.

@97SYBN7 from Washington answered…2wks

@97STKQ8 from Iowa answered…2wks

Yes, but it should be when we find easy and better ways of things

@97SSCWQ from Arkansas answered…2wks

I think that we should start to limit plastic items over time and in the meantime come up with other solutions that are more environmentally friendly

@97RF78T from North Carolina answered…2wks

No, single-use plastics are very useful for people with certain disabilities, and banning most products on the market will not encourage manufacturers to switch to biodegradable options. Most ocean plastic comes from fishing and manufacturing waste, not consumer products.

@97QZVR5 from Oregon answered…2wks

Yes, but disposable products should be compostable versus biodegradable.

@97QBTKP from California answered…2wks

No, you just have to not buy the garbage your enemies try to sell to you.

@97PZJZL from Indiana answered…2wks

@97PLWQJ from Kentucky answered…2wks

I avoid plastics for myself as much as possible but many disabled people rely on them to live

@97NPRTD from Missouri answered…3wks

what are they going to do? throw out all the products already made?

@97NN2ZG from Arkansas answered…3wks

yes, but we should gradually move away from plastic items and in the meantime come up with other solutions.

@97NFV74Republican from Georgia answered…3wks

@97N77B2 from North Carolina answered…3wks

I do not think that they should be banned but it needs to be more enforced that they need to be recycled.

@97N3LKZ from Wisconsin answered…3wks

Yes, and develop incentives for producers of these products to produce even more environmentally friendly products

@97N3BW8 from Ohio answered…3wks

Not entirely banned, but incentives for more biodegradable material use should be implemented

@97N2B5Q from Indiana answered…3wks

Yes, but only if they can be replaced with an affordable more biodegradable option

@97MWSNQ from Louisiana answered…3wks

@97MWP7KRepublican from New York answered…3wks

No because ppl still be needing it but at the same time it’s a yes better for the environment

@97MWLCM from Nebraska answered…3wks

Yes, and ban disposable products that contain less than 100% biodegradable material

@97MWF24 from California answered…3wks

yes if we can replace it with something actually healthier for disposipal .

@97MVVMTWomen’s Equality from Michigan answered…3wks

If they make things cheaper and greater quality, go ahead. If not, forget it

@97MVSVTGreen from Massachusetts answered…3wks

Yes, unless it is biodegradable; Encourage the making of biodegradable material.

@97MVS8G from Wisconsin answered…3wks

@97MQK85 from Massachusetts answered…3wks

Not banned but manufactures and companies should be less frequent and not as popular, biodegradable material should have bigger companies and manufactures than disposable plastic products

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