Advance Polybag, Inc., Major Manufacter of Consumer Plastic Shopping Bags, Continues Operations as Maryland Legislators are Trying to Pass a Statewide Tax on Plastic Bags. : News Photo

Advance Polybag, Inc., Major Manufacter of Consumer Plastic Shopping Bags, Continues Operations as Maryland Legislators are Trying to Pass a Statewide Tax on Plastic Bags.

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ELKRIDGE, MD - MARCH 18: Mike Thom, operations manager, shows the bag converter machine that was manufacturing Walmart bags at the Advance Polybag, Inc. manufacturing plant on March 18, 2013 in Elkridge, Md. Advance Polybag, Inc. is a plastic consumer bag manufacturer that sells to the majority of the retail stores in the region and would likely face problems if the state of Maryland were to impose a bag tax on their product. The tax could mean a loss of jobs at the plant and higher prices for retailers. (Photo by Ricky Carioti/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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ELKRIDGE, MD - MARCH 18: Mike Thom, operations manager, shows the bag converter machine that was manufacturing Walmart bags at the Advance Polybag, Inc. manufacturing plant on March 18, 2013 in Elkridge, Md. Advance Polybag, Inc. is a plastic consumer bag manufacturer that sells to the majority of the retail stores in the region and would likely face problems if the state of Maryland were to impose a bag tax on their product. The tax could mean a loss of jobs at the plant and higher prices for retailers. (Photo by Ricky Carioti/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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Mike Thom operations manager shows the bag converter machine that was... News Photo 1664708082013-04-12 17:05:01.000,Advance Polybag, Inc.,Bag,Elkridge,Elkridge, MD.,Factory,Horizontal,Human Interest,Machinery,Manufacturing,Maryland,Mike Thom,Operations Manager,Plug Adapter,Show,USA,Wal-martPhotographer Collection: The Washington Post 2013 The Washington PostELKRIDGE, MD - MARCH 18: Mike Thom, operations manager, shows the bag converter machine that was manufacturing Walmart bags at the Advance Polybag, Inc. manufacturing plant on March 18, 2013 in Elkridge, Md. Advance Polybag, Inc. is a plastic consumer bag manufacturer that sells to the majority of the retail stores in the region and would likely face problems if the state of Maryland were to impose a bag tax on their product. The tax could mean a loss of jobs at the plant and higher prices for retailers. (Photo by Ricky Carioti/The Washington Post via Getty Images)