Proposed legislation would require cash payment acceptance at all businesses statewide

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” data-medium-file=”″ data-large-file=”″ /> Proposed legislation filed on Monday would require all businesses with physical locations to accept cash as a payment option for in-person transactions alongside other payment methods. The bill would also prohibit businesses from imposing fees or conditions on cash payments and is applicable

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