How a Maryland bank is quietly solving the marijuana industry’s cash problem

“We want that recognition that cannabis is not a back-alley business,” said Terri White, a psychotherapist [at] Time for Healing dispensary.

The ability to pay employees through an automatic debit system, buy supplies with a debit card and purchase marijuana through wire transfers put Maryland pot businesses a step ahead of pioneers in such states as Colorado, California and Oregon, where industry observers estimate that 70 percent of marijuana businesses run on cash.

Original Article (Washington Post):
How a Maryland bank is quietly solving the marijuana industry’s cash problem
Artwork Fair Use: Christian Bickel

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