DETROIT (WWJ) It’s a question you might get asked this weekend while shopping:  Paper or plastic.

WWJ’s Gary Lundy has more on a nationwide move to get rid of those plastic bags, and return to using paper bags.

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All across the country, cities and counties are charging fees on plastic bags, or even banning them completely, in an effort to prevent pollution, and raise revenue for cash-strapped local governments.

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Four cities in Oregon are considering banning all plastic bags at retail stores. But not everyone agrees with the plan.

Seattle voters recently turned down a proposed plastic bag fee, and Philadelphia voters have also rejected a ban.

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China banned the bags in 2008, and so far, has saved more than a million barrels of oil and reduced plastic bag usage by 66%.