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D.C. 'bag tax' revenues fall

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The District's collections from its so-called bag tax have fallen for the second year in a row as more residents have chosen to use reusable bags for their shopping, an evolution that the fee's supporters hailed as a validation of their efforts. "Our city is cleaner, our rivers are cleaner and our city is better off," said Ward 6 D.C. Councilman Tommy Wells, an architect of the 5-cent tax...

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