California bill aims to stop paper receipts

Assemblyman Phil Ting explains how a ban on paper receipts would reduce choking deaths among people who get their heads stuck in the receipts.

A California legislator has introduced a bill that would force retailers to offer digital receipts instead of paper receipts. Customers would still be able to request a paper receipt. The…

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