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To require businesses to accept cash or not—that is the question.

> Posted by Sonja Kelly, Director of Research, CFI

handsome smiling african american barista taking cash payment on bar counter in cafe

In Washington, DC—where much of the CFI team is located—more and more restaurants and small businesses have moved away from cash—some going so far as to not accept cash at all. In response, according to the Washington Post, some city lawmakers have suggested a new law that would require businesses to accept cash as a form of payment. The proposal asserts that not accepting cash is a form of discrimination against the poor.

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