In California, legal medical marijuana dispensaries rely on armored vehicles to transport large amounts of cash. In 2011, the federal government pressured banks and credit card companies to stop servicing pot dispensaries, leaving many providers with no choice but to pay all their bills in cash. California dispensaries have long relied on armored vehicles to carry their cash across the state when, for example, they are required to pay the city or the state’s Board of Equalization.
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The DEA’s announcement comes less than two weeks after Attorney General Eric Holder said he wants to reform US drug laws to keep non-violent drug offenders out of prisons. By placing further restrictions on legal cannabis dispensaries, the DEA is inflicting harsh limitations on marijuana providers, despite the drug’s medical and recreational legalization in several states.
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