Customers at ShowGrow, a marijuana dispensary in downtown Los Angeles, shop for weed on April 20, 2017. Most cannabis businesses do all of their transactions in cash since banks shun enterprises that are illegal under federal law. The cannabis industry and many states are lobbying Congress to change U.S. law, so that state-approved marijuana businesses can use banks and become less vulnerable to robbers.
Customers at ShowGrow, a marijuana dispensary in downtown Los Angeles, shop for weed on April 20, 2017. Most cannabis businesses do all of their transactions in cash since banks shun enterprises that are illegal under federal law. The cannabis industry and many states are lobbying Congress to change U.S. law, so that state-approved marijuana businesses can use banks and become less vulnerable to robbers. Richard Vogel AP
Customers at ShowGrow, a marijuana dispensary in downtown Los Angeles, shop for weed on April 20, 2017. Most cannabis businesses do all of their transactions in cash since banks shun enterprises that are illegal under federal law. The cannabis industry and many states are lobbying Congress to change U.S. law, so that state-approved marijuana businesses can use banks and become less vulnerable to robbers. Richard Vogel AP

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