Raw Video: Assemblymember Ting Introduces 'Skip The Slip' Bill On Paper Receipts
At a news conference on Tuesday, Assemblymember Phil Ting (D-San Francisco) introduced "Skip the Slip" legislation that would eliminate paper receipts at stores, unless a customer asks for it. (1/8/19)

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