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Colo. Marijuana Merchants Forced To Deal Mostly In Cash

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Colorado's retailers may be allowed to sell marijuana but under federal law, the state's banks cannot knowingly do business with them. This has forced marijuana merchants in the state to operate almost solely in cash.
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