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Who else sees the obvious solution? Get rid of deposits on aluminum cans. They are worth enough to be collected and sold, there's no reason for a deposit.
Or require a Michigan ID to acetate the machines.
Or require a Michigan ID to activate the machines.
Interesting that they want to crack down on the smugglers, instead of outlawing the cans.
I have a place in upper Michigan. I am a Minnesota resident with proper ID and license plates. In the event that I buy recyclables in Michigan, why should I have to produce a MI ID to get back my deposit. The question is why are cans stamped $.10 refund being sold outside of Michigan.
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