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Wisconsin House Votes Overwhelmingly to End Sales Tax on Sound Money

February 20th, 2024 • Lawmakers in Wisconsin have voted by a wide margin to end the tax on gold and silver

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A Gold and Silver Lining: Amid Housing Affordability Crisis, States Are Removing Barriers to Sound Money Ownership

February 15th, 2024 • For many Americans, the traditional path of home ownership as a reliable wealth-building vehicle is becoming an elusive dream.

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The Fed Says Its Record Losses Don’t Matter

February 6th, 2024 • The Federal Reserve recently disclosed its preliminary income and expenses for 2023, revealing an unprecedented $114.3 billion in operational losses.

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Restoring Sound Money: A Deep Dive into Current Battles with Stefan Gleason, CEO of Money Metals

February 2nd, 2024 • Stefan Gleason, CEO of Money Metals Exchange and chairman of the Sound Money Defense League, joined host Jesse Day on "Commodity Culture," to discuss the initiatives aimed at reinstating gold and silver as constitutional money in the US.

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Hawaii House to Reconsider Ending Sales Tax on Sound Money

January 19th, 2024 • A coalition of lawmakers in Honolulu have reintroduced legislation last considered in 2021 to end the sales tax on purchases of gold and silver coins, bars, and rounds.

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Vermont Representatives File Bill to End Sales Tax on Gold and Silver

January 19th, 2024 • Representatives in Vermont realize that their state has become a big outlier, and that it’s high time for the state to end their practice of taxing purchases of gold and silver.

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Popular Alaska Sound Money Bill Reintroduced

January 19th, 2024 • A measure to exempt gold and silver purchases from local sales tax has been reintroduced in Alaska. The bill has 21 cosponsors and will be considered by the Senate after passing the State House in 2023.

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Multiple Sound Money Bills Introduced in Oklahoma

January 19th, 2024 • Lawmakers have introduced legislation in Oklahoma to exempt gold and silver from all tax liability, reaffirm the metals as legal tender, establish an in-state depository, and more.

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West Virginia House to Consider Two Pro-Sound Money Bills

January 19th, 2024 • This session, the West Virginia House of Delegates will consider measures to eliminate the income tax on gold and silver, as well as empowering the State Treasurer to invest state funds in physical gold and silver.

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Nebraska Senator Introduces Measure to Eliminate Income Taxes on Gold and Silver

January 19th, 2024 • Senator Hansen from Nebraska has introduced Legislative Bill 1305, an anti-CBDC measure that also eliminates capital gains taxes from gold and silver

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