— 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 by Wednesday's deadline with Massachusetts 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.