IRELAND: Town tries to outlaw gum, makers challenged to produce soluble gum
A seaside town in western Ireland is trying to ban the sale of chewing gum in order to help clean up the town streets. The town of Westport, winner of the national Tidy Town award last year, is concerned about the amount of discarded gum that litters its streets. Westport missed out on the Tidy Town award by two points this year.
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