May 17, 2013
by Alex Francis
Like her fellow Republicans, Brewer harbors a degree of concern about the declining value of the dollar, but she failed to see a thorough and well-thought-out solution in the proposed legislation. While the bill would not have gone into effect until 2014, which proponents say would have given time to iron out the details of its implementation, Brewer was unwilling to sign what she believed to be an inadequate piece of legislation.
And while the nationwide debate over returning to the gold standard continues (thanks in large part to the Republican Party proposing, as part of their 2012 party platform, that the country reconsider it), states are sure to continue coming up with new ways to protect against the potential devaluation of the dollar.
As we have mentioned before, Utah was the first state to make gold and silver legal tender (Arizona would have been the second), and a number of other states have proposed similar legislation in recent years as well.
Although there remains only one state in the country that accepts silver as a legal form of currency, you can still turn your silver coins and jewelry into cash with Cash for Silver USA. All you have to do is fill out the form on our homepage, send us your unwanted silver using the free FedEx shipping label that we provide, and wait to receive your check in the mail.
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