Washington Beverage Container Deposit, Initiative 414 (1982)
The Washington Beverage Container Deposit Initiative, also known as Initiative 414, was on the November 2, 1982 ballot in Washington as an Initiative to the People, where it was defeated. The measure would have established a minimum five cent recycling deposit on sales of soft drinks and alcohol.
|Washington Initiative 414 (1982)|
Election results via: Washington Secretary of State
Text of measure
The language appeared on the ballot as:
This text is quoted verbatim from the original source. Any inconsistencies are attributed to the original source.
|“||Shall a system requiring a minimum five cent refund on sales of beer, malt and carbonated beverage containers be established?||”|
Path to the ballot
In 1979, a verbatim ballot question was posed to voters, where the measure was defeated. Initiative 435 was filed on January 7, 1982 by Robert C. Swanson of Citizens for a Cleaner Washington of Seattle. 193,347 signatures were submitted to qualify it for the ballot. The measure was placed on the ballot as provided for by the state constitution.
- Washington 1982 ballot measures
- 1982 ballot measures
- List of Washington ballot measures
- Washington Ban on Non-Refundable Beverage Containers, Initiative 256 (1970)
- Washington Beverage Container Deposit, Initiative 61 (1979)
- State of Washington ballot measure election results
- State of Washington 1982 Voters Pamphlet & Local Voters Pamphlet
- List of all State of Washington Initiatives to the People
- Spokane Chronicle, "Bottle debate: Round it goes, where it stops nobody knows", October 29, 1982
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