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    Exclamation "Arizona Could Soon Approve Gold, Silver As Legal Tender"

    Arizona could soon become the second U.S. state to recognize gold and silver as legal tender if the Arizona House approves SB 1439.
    The bill has already won the approval of Arizona’s State Senate and the Arizona House Financial Institutions Committee which voted the legislation out of committee on a 4-2 vote Monday. The measure now goes to a vote of the Arizona House.


    Arizona Could Soon Approve Gold, Silver As Legal Tender | Restoring Liberty

    Posters on the Economy Forum are used to the Expression of the "Euro & Dollar being 2 cheeks of the same well slapped backside".

    What ramifications could this have for the under-fire Dollar & the Federal Reserve Act?

    Federal Reserve Act - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Could we see a Dual Currency situation evolving throughout the US?

    Could this in any way impact on the EZ Crisis?

    Silver & Gold are already Legal Tender in the State of Utah.

    Utah - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    If only gold was easy to buy without stupid fee's or having it "safely" locked up in London.

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    Great updates about Gold here

    https://twitter.com/GoldCore

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    With the bet of $900M on the Euro breaking up - what is the betting on the Dollar being run in parallel with Silver & Gold in every US State?

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    North Dakota gave legal rights to a featus from the moment of conception the other day
    Doesn't make any difference

    State law does not supersede federal law,
    Mores the pity , good weed in Cali , and as a liberal minded person, weed and same sex marriage,I am all for

    The governor of Arizona is a quack teapot racist ,
    Looking for ways to embarrass the potus
    "If we VOTE YES there will be no more austere budgets. Fact " Hammer, mayday 12'

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    Could still end up runnin in parallel coast to coast

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    "Legal tender" laws are required to force an unwilling populous to accept a failing currency. Why is it needed for gold?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dublin 4 View Post
    Could still end up runnin in parallel coast to coast
    They could do that with turnips
    Crackpot idea, from a state ran by crack teapot politicians, they make texans look intelligent and reasonable
    "If we VOTE YES there will be no more austere budgets. Fact " Hammer, mayday 12'

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    They could Manage that alright


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