Walmart shopper

A shopper checks out at a Walmart store in North Brunswick, New Jersey, in this 2020 file photo. 

Walla Walla — Paper or plastic will no longer be a question asked by Walmart cashiers across Washington as the company moves to go bagless starting in April.

Right now, single-use bags can be conveniently purchased for eight cents each, but on April 18, customers may see a surge in more walking out of stores with unbagged groceries or sending for someone to the car to grab the reusable bags collecting dust in the back seat.

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