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Thousands of empty and crushed soda cans build up and come pouring off the conveyor belt near the end of the line at Tennis Sanitation in St. Paul Park on Feb. 11, 2014. There is a proposal to charge 10 cents per can and bottle purchased. Recycling companies are opposed to this legislation. (Photo by John Dorman, Pioneer Press)

Would 10-cent deposit boost recycling, or crush recycling companies?

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By Bob Shaw, Pioneer Press

Thousands of empty and crushed soda cans build up and come pouring off the conveyor belt near the end of the line at Tennis Sanitation in St. Paul Park on Feb. 11, 2014. There is a proposal to charge 10 cents per can and bottle purchased. Recycling companies are opposed to this legislation.

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By Bob Shaw

St. Paul Pioneer Press

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