BOSTON (AP)- A higher minimum wage, a cut in the sales tax, an expanded bottle bill, and a repeal of a new computer services tax are some of the questions Massachusetts voters could face on next year's ballot.
Thirty-three questions were filed with Attorney General Martha Coakley's office proposing 18 new laws and four constitutional amendments.
Other questions would repeal the state's casino law, create nurse-patient ratios and eliminate potential automatic increases in the gas tax.
One proposal - dubbed The Massachusetts Family Sunshine Protection Act - would make daylight saving time the year-round standard for Massachusetts.
Many of the questions were variations of the same issue to ensure a shot at the 2014 ballot.
It's up to Coakley to determine if the questions pass constitutional muster.
Activists must then collect tens of thousands of voter signatures.
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