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Cash is supposed to be the one thing you can use anywhere, anytime. No questions asked.
But that’s not the case anymore.
At least not in Louisiana.
With almost no coverage in the mainstream press, the Louisiana State Senate quietly passed House Bill 195 effectively banning citizens from shopping with cash during all second-hand transactions. (Places like garage sales, antique stores, flea markets, or church fundraisers).
A Louisiana State Representative who co-authored the bill reportedly claims it targets criminals.
But honest, law-abiding citizens around the country have much bigger concerns…
They’re worried that “big government” wants to see where every citizen spends every penny.
Is this the first step in draconian “capital controls”?
When government dictates what you can and can’t do with your money?
Porter Stansberry, founder of Baltimore-based Stansberry Research (one of the world’s largest independent financial research firms), says:
“This is a classic move by broke and desperate governments… And in the next few years, these types of capital controls are going to get worse. Much worse.”
In fact, Stansberry and his firm are so concerned about the situation, they recently sat down with 3-time Presidential candidate, Ron Paul, to talk about what the government is likely to do next, and more importantly… what you can do to protect yourself and your family.
You can watch the full interview or read the transcript, free of charge, right here…
Independent Financial Researcher