New Maine recycling law could push other states to act

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Recycling is getting pricier, thanks to China’s halt on U.S. recyclables. Cities and towns are struggling to handle the garbage. CNBC’s Diana Olick reports on how one state passed a new law to lift that burden from taxpayers.

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