From our friends at Coastal Conservation League: It was introduced in the Senate today. The ban on bans bill is back.
Senators Talley and Climer, both from the Upstate, are sponsoring Senate Bill 394—a proposal that violates home rule and would prevent towns and cities in South Carolina from passing local bans on single-use plastics.
Noticeably missing from the bill? A clause grandfathering in communities that have already taken meaningful steps to address single-use plastic bags, straws and Styrofoam. I’m looking at you: