Though it still appears to be a tough issue to resolve, state lawmakers, grocers and environmentalists expect more talk of expanding, killing or changing the state’s beverage container deposit law, known as the bottle bill, The Des Moines Register reported. Grocers have long wanted to shift the stream of sticky cans and bottles to recycling bins or redemption centers, while environmentalists have pushed to expand the deposits to beverage containers that weren’t on the market when the law took effect in 1979. There also has been talk of increasing the deposit from a nickel to a dime to help support redemption centers.