Welcome! Here's a resource for New Yorkers who support legislation to reduce single-use carryout bags.

 The NYC #BYOBag bill fee was recently reduced from 10 cents to a 5 cents and now has 26 co-sponsors, meaning that it has majority support of the 51-member City Council. The amended bill was recently endorsed by the Crains New York Business editorial board. To keep up to date on the NYC bill, follow BagItNYC on Facebook or @BagItNYC on Twitter.

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Below is a list of our (excellent) coalition partners!

Bag It (the movie)

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League of Women Voters of the City of New York

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BK Greens

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Bronx River Alliance

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Brooklyn Food Coalition

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Citizens Campaign for the Environment

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Citizens Committee for New York City

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Clean Seas Coalition

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The Center for Oceanic Awareness, Research, and Education (COARE)

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Einstein Environment Sustainability & Conservation Club
at Albert Einstein College of Medicine

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Environmental Committee of the Park Slope Food Coop

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The 5 Gyres Institute

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Food & Water Watch

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Green Schools Alliance

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The Hewitt School Earth Committee

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Human Impacts Institute

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LES Ecology Center

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National Resources Defense Council

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New York City Audubon

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NY League of Conservation Voters

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No Impact Project

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PlasticBagLaws.org

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The Plastic Bag Mandala/What Moves You

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Sane Energy Project

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Sims Municipal Recycling

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Surfrider Foundation NYC

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Sustainable Flatbush

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Sustainable South Bronx

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United for Action

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