Shunned By Banks, Colorado Pot Retailers Beef Up Security To Protect Cash

At the pot store called The Health Center, director of operations Tiffany Goldman is nervous. "Security is probably the most important thing that we have to think about in this industry," Goldman said.

COLORADO:  In Colorado, sales of recreational pot have been legal for nearly two months, but federal law still brings a major obstacle: Banks won’t take the money. Marijuana retailers are going to great lengths to keep their cash safe.

As marijuana green makes a lot of that other green, it can be both good news and bad news for business owners.

At the pot store called The Health Center, director of operations Tiffany Goldman is nervous. “Security is probably the most important thing that we have to think about in this industry,” Goldman said.

So armed guards transport plants, check IDs and, most importantly, keep an eye on the money.

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