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Blue States Oppose Cashless Trend, Fight to Save King Cash

Proponents say eliminating paper money will cut down on crime and corruption. (Argentine Ministry of Security/Reuters)

By    |   Tuesday, 23 April 2019 02:49 PM

Cities and states across the country are fighting back against the push to make the United States a cashless society, passing laws that require merchants to accept the mighty greenback.

Three states now mandate that merchants must accept cash for transactions -- Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New Jersey. Legislators in Oregon and Rhode Island have introduced similar bills that would rescue king cash by requiring merchants to accept cash transactions.

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Cities and states across the country are fighting back against the push to make the United States a cashless society, passing laws that require merchants to accept the mighty greenback.Three states now mandate that merchants must accept cash for transactions --...
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