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senate Bill S. Res. 64

A resolution congratulating the Plastics Industry Association on its 80th anniversary.

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Official Title

A resolution congratulating the Plastics Industry Association on its 80th anniversary.

Summary

Congratulates the Plastics Industry Association on its 80th anniversary. Reaffirms the crucial role of plastics in strengthening the U.S. economy and improving people's lives. Recognizes the importance of continued investment in plastics, manufacturing, research, and education in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

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      Committee on the Judiciary
    IntroducedFebruary 17th, 2017
    Plastic has been the bane of the earth. It takes thousands of years for some of it to break down. It's not biodegradable. It kills turtles, seabirds and fish. It asphyxiates children. It litters our land. It toxifies our food. Do NOT give the plastics companies an honor of any sort. Lets get rid of all new plastic production and limit plastic use to recycled products.
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    What a stupid bill to bring into the senate when there's so much else to do.
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    There are many, many more important issues for the Senator to spend his time on.
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    Plastic is poison and we should be moving away from its production.
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    Seriously! Why are you wasting time and money on this. Our taxpayers dollars are going to how many hours of frivolous pats on the backs. What is the benefit to the American Tax Payer for doing this?
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    Ron, we get it. You made your $ in the plastic industry. Now you are supposed to do something for your constituents. This is not it.
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