Drudge has a factually-challenged headline- "Democrats move to ban Styrofoam containers from Congressional cafeterias..." That's likely to have no effect, since Styrofoam containers do not exist; it's a building product not used in cups and plates, since it is a Dow Chemical brand that might be found at Home Depot but not at McDonalds.
Polystyrene is the generic name for the product, which is rather common in restaurant stuff.
Interestingly, the writer of The Hill piece, Pete Kasperowic, deserves a tip of the hat for properly knowing that concept, using polystyrene himself and letting the S-word only show up in quotes. Sadly, the web-monkeys at The Hill aren't as informed, as the S-word shows up in the URL while polystyrene shows up in the actual headline.
Interesting debate, though, as Republicans note that it's more eco-friendly than other cups when you look at the whole creation chain, but it does create more problems at the end where it degrades rather slowly. Modern liberals are seemingly allergic to plastic, even when it makes environmental sense.