SEATTLE Seattle’s mayor and City Council president jointly proposed Friday that the city ban polystyrene restaurant takeout containers as part of a new conservation push. Mayor Greg Nickels and council president Richard Conlin also proposed that merchants charge customers 20 cents for every plastic or paper bag they’re provided as part of a transaction, but they limited the initiative’s scope to supermarkets, convenience stores and drug stores.The civic leaders said the measures ...

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