“the Lack Of Access To Banking Services For Marijuana Businesses Is A Key Issue In Colorado,” Bennet Said.

Colorado senators push legislation to legalize banking for marijuana industry Posted 4:41 pm, May 26, 2017, by Rob Low , Updated at 05:30PM, May 26, 2017 DENVER — Colorado’s U.S. senators are leading a bipartisan effort to provide banking for marijuana businesses. Democrat Michael Bennet and Republican Cory Gardner are co-sponsors of the legislation. Sen. Michael Bennet (D) holds a town hall in March 2017. “The lack of access to banking services http://www.newyorkmedmarijuana.com for marijuana businesses is a key issue in Colorado,” Bennet said. “It raises significant public safety concerns for both employees and customers of these businesses and creates compliance and oversight challenges. This common-sense bill would address those issues by allowing our banking system to serve marijuana businesses that are in compliance with state laws.” Marijuana businesses are a target for criminals. In the past 18 months, L’Eagle Cannabis Gallery in Denver has been robbed three times. “I want to say that we’ve been burglarized, but really it’s turned into vandalism, heavy vandalism,” said Amy Andrle, who operates L’Eagle.

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