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  • Paper should not be banned

    Yes we use a lot of paper and yes we could cut back but paper is an essential item in our every day life. I mean could you imagine your life without paper. Do you know how hard it is to draw on an iPad. And school books there would be no school books just technology.

  • Use less paper!!!!

    Yes because it should. Yes because it should. Yes because it should. USE LESS USE LESS USE LESS USE LESS USE LESS USE LESS USE LESS USE LESS USE LESS USE LESS USE LESS USE LESS USE LESS USE LESS USE LESS USE LESS USE LESS USE LESS USE LESS!!!!!!!

  • Use less paper!!!!

    Yes because it should. Yes because it should. Yes because it should. USE LESS USE LESS USE LESS USE LESS USE LESS USE LESS USE LESS USE LESS USE LESS USE LESS USE LESS USE LESS USE LESS USE LESS USE LESS USE LESS USE LESS USE LESS USE LESS!!!!!!!

  • Paper should not be banned

    Yes we use a lot of paper and yes we could cut back but paper is an essential item in our every day life. I mean could you imagine your life without paper. Do you know how hard it is to draw on an iPad. And school books there would be no school books just technology.

  • Prohibition doesn't work (even on paper).

    It was true in America in the early 20th century, and it's true today. Prohibiting the public access to any items is expensive, ineffective, and an over reach of government when concerned with items that pose no threat to person or property.

    While the use of paper should be lessened and replaced by a more efficient, more cost effective, and more environmentally friendly alternative, the government prohibition of paper is not the answer.


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