Currently, the cannabis industry has a hard time accessing banking operations as only about 30 banks or financial institutions have accepted cannabis-based companies. The government is potentially missing out on hundreds of thousands, even millions of dollars by forcing the cannabis industry into an all-cash and paper institution. But why…
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