Plastics Curriculum Corrected 

The state's new environmental curriculum corrects plastic bag information that came from the chemical industry.

The state's Environmental Protection Agency has finalized a revision of a controversial K-12 environmental curriculum on plastic bags. California Watch reported last year that whole sections of an 11th-grade teachers' edition guide for a new curriculum had been lifted almost verbatim from comments…

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