For Oregon, it’s the last straw – plastic, that is

SALEM — When you get takeout food from your favorite restaurant, you might be handed a thin plastic bag, with foam containers inside containing your meal, plus a plastic straw or two if you ordered a drink.

Those straws? Gone.

The bag? History.

The foam containers? Not going anywhere.

State lawmakers delivered a split verdict on a group of bills cracking down on plastic wares . . .

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