Banks Still Wary About Marijuana Business

Davidson, Kate; Cirilli, Kevin
January 2014
Banking Strategies Daily;1/31/2014, p2
The article reports that banks in the U.S. are still concerned over the legal aspects of issuing loans or opening accounts for marijuana dispensaries.


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