Local Alabama Media Picks Up TAC Talking Points on Gold and Silver Taxes

Last month, a reporter with the Anniston Star in Alabama interviewed me about a bill prefiled in the Alabama House for 2018 that would exempt the purchase of gold and silver bullion from state sales and use tax, encouraging its use and taking the first step toward breaking the Federal Reserve’s monopoly on money.

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Big Step Forward for Sound Money: Location for Texas Bullion Depository Now Official

AUSTIN, Texas (Nov. 15, 2017) – The Texas Bullion Depository took a step closer becoming operational earlier this month when officials announced the location of the new facility. The creation of a state bullion depository in Texas represents a power shift away from the federal government to the state, and it provides a blueprint that could ultimately end the Federal Reserve’s monopoly on money.

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Signed by the Governor: North Carolina Law Removes Roadblock to the Use of Gold and Silver as Money

RALEIGH, N.C. (July 26, 2017) – Yesterday, North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper signed a bill into law exempting the sale and purchase of gold and silver from state sales taxes. The new law will remove an important roadblock in the way of their everyday use as money, taking the first step toward breaking the Federal Reserve’s monopoly.

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To the Governor: North Carolina Passes Bill to Encourage Use of Gold and Silver as Money

RALEIGH, N.C. (June 28, 2017) – Yesterday, the North Carolina Senate gave final approval to a bill that would exempt the sale and purchase of gold and silver from state sales taxes. Passage into law would encourage their everyday use as money, taking the first step toward breaking the Federal Reserve’s monopoly.

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North Carolina Committees Pass Bill to Encourage Use of Gold and Silver as Money

RALEIGH, N.C. (June 26, 2017) – Today, a second North Carolina Senate committee passed a bill that would exempt the sale and purchase of gold and silver from state sales taxes, encouraging their everyday use and taking the first step toward breaking the Federal Reserve’s monopoly on money.

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