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The '''Alaska Bottle Deposit Initiative''' was on the [[Alaska 1978 ballot measures|1978 ballot in Alaska]], where it was '''defeated.'''
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{{akbm}}The '''Alaska Bottle Deposit Initiative''' was on the [[Alaska 1978 ballot measures|November 7, 1978 ballot in Alaska]] as an {{iissfull}}, where it was '''defeated.'''
  
==1978 election results==
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The question on the ballot was, "This proposal would provide that all beer and carbonated beverage containers sold in certain areas of Alaska after July 1, 1979, have refund value of at least ten cents. Areas without access to Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau and Ketchikan by road, rail or mainline state ferry service would not be affected. An unaffected area could elect to participate by vote of its local governing body. Containers would have to be marked "Alaska Refund -- 10 cents" or "Rural Alaska -- No Refund." Dealers could refuse to accept unstamped, damaged, or unsanitary containers. Pull tabs on metal beverage containers would be banned statewide."
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It is counted in Alaska as '''Initiative 11'''.
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==Election results==
 
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==Ballot language==
 
 
The language on the ballot said, "This proposal would provide that all beer and carbonated beverage containers sold in certain areas of Alaska after July 1, 1979, have refund value of at least ten cents. Areas without access to Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau and Ketchikan by road, rail or mainline state ferry service would not be affected. An unaffected area could elect to participate by vote of its local governing body. Containers would have to be marked "Alaska Refund -- 10 cents" or "Rural Alaska -- No Refund." Dealers could refuse to accept unstamped, damaged, or unsanitary containers. Pull tabs on metal beverage containers would be banned statewide."
 
 
It was the sixth initiative ever to appear on the Alaskan ballot and the fourth to be rejected.
 
  
 
==See also==
 
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* [[List of Alaska ballot measures]]
 
* [[List of Alaska ballot measures]]
 
* [[List of Alaska ballot initiatives]]
 
* [[List of Alaska ballot initiatives]]
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==External links==
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* [http://www.elections.alaska.gov/initbal.php List of Alaskan initiatives]
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Latest revision as of 18:29, 9 January 2010

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The Alaska Bottle Deposit Initiative was on the November 7, 1978 ballot in Alaska as an indirect initiated state statute, where it was defeated.

The question on the ballot was, "This proposal would provide that all beer and carbonated beverage containers sold in certain areas of Alaska after July 1, 1979, have refund value of at least ten cents. Areas without access to Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau and Ketchikan by road, rail or mainline state ferry service would not be affected. An unaffected area could elect to participate by vote of its local governing body. Containers would have to be marked "Alaska Refund -- 10 cents" or "Rural Alaska -- No Refund." Dealers could refuse to accept unstamped, damaged, or unsanitary containers. Pull tabs on metal beverage containers would be banned statewide."

It is counted in Alaska as Initiative 11.

Election results

Alaska Bottle Deposit Initiative (1978)
Yes or no Votes Percentage
Yes - 39.9%
10px-600px-Red x.png No - 60.1%
Total votes - 100% precincts

See also

External links