Murphy vetoes plastic bag tax, tells lawmakers to try again

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Governor Phil Murphy

MICHAEL SOL WARREN / NJ.COM – Try again.

That’s the message that Gov. Phil Murphy is sending to state lawmakers after vetoing a proposed fee on plastic and paper single-use shopping bags in New Jersey.

Murphy announced Monday morning he vetoed bill, which would have placed a five-cent fee on single-use plastic and paper bags handed out by retailers statewide.

The money collected by the fee would have been placed in a new fund administered by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection to help pay for lead abatement projects …

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