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FILE – In this June 27, 2017 file photo, the proprietor of a medical marijuana dispensary prepares his monthly tax payment, over $40,000 in cash, at his Los Angeles store. A proposal in Congress to ease the federal ban on marijuana could encourage more banks to do business with cannabis companies, but it appears to fall short of a cure-all for an industry that must operate mainly as a cash business in a credit card world. less FILE – In this June 27, 2017 file photo, the proprietor of a medical marijuana dispensary prepares his monthly tax payment, over $40,000 in cash, at his Los Angeles store. A proposal in Congress to ease the … more Photo: Jae C. Hong, AP

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FILE – In this June 27, 2017 photo, two security guards stand watch at a medical marijuana dispensary in Los Angeles, a business conducted mostly in cash. The legal marijuana industry often finds the doors locked at banks, its money unwanted because the drug remains illegal under federal law. But President Donald Trump might help change that, at least partly. The Republican president last week said he was inclined to support a bipartisan proposal in Congress to ease the U.S. ban on marijuana, which if enacted could encourage more banks to accept money from cannabis companies. less FILE – In this June 27, 2017 photo, two security guards stand watch at a medical marijuana dispensary in Los Angeles, a business conducted mostly in cash. The legal marijuana

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