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If we kill the ocean with plastic debris, we kill the planet. It would help ease my mind. Mara Sabinson, Cornish NH
Sea Creatures get tangled up in plastics or they eat it and die. Act for passing the plastics bill. Make me smile if I know the sea creatures are safe. Rhonda Mandato, Dover NH
I treasure our natural resources and all the recreational opportunities they provide. This includes our oceans as well as our forests. These places are essential to human survival as we depend on them for food sources as well as curbing climate change. As I mentioned already they provide places for people to escape stress and anxiety providing the comfort of clean air, open space and an opportunity to decompress. It would benefit me and literally every living thing on planet earth by eliminating plastic pollution and prevent marine life from death by ingestion of these things. Eric McLaughlin, Fremont NH
We need to acknowledge the plastic pollution that is clogging this planet. The plastic packaging in this country is embarrassing. We must stop single-use plastic. I am tired of having to open packages with scissors and cutting myself with sharp pieces of plastic. If we can eliminate excess packaging, we would all be better off. Janet Fotos, Hollis NH
This is very important to me. I urge you to support the Break Free from Plastic Pollution Act. Brad Bergeron, Nashua NH
Please attend to this: the health of the ocean, the sea creatures in the ocean and so our health and well-being depend entirely upon eliminating plastic. Stop plastic polluting our oceanic and other environments. We are now conscious of one peril immediately threatening us, let us remember the larger picture as well. Our planet is also at risk. Barbara Houston, Northwood NH
Banning paper and plastic and making shoppers carry their groceries home in their mouths like dogs is just the thing to make a little tin humanist in the Obama West Wing think he’s admiral of the Uzbek Navy. P. J. O’Rourke, Peterborough NH
The pervasive aspect of plastics in every ecosystem and most organisms on the planet is horrifying! Abigail Gindele, Portsmouth NH