What States have accepted Gold & Silver as Legal Tender?

What states have accepted Gold and Silver as their legal tender?  The images in gold below show you what states are now accepting gold and silver as legal tender.



There are great signs of encouragement that sound money is taken place in WestVirginia.  They have announced plans to remove taxation on precious metals as of July 19, 2019.

There are 3 other states that have passed legislation recognizing gold and silver as legal tender.  Those states are Louisiana, Texas, and Utah.

Now if the private sector can get on board and reintroduce gold and silver as payment for goods and services we just need a way of creating that payment easier to achieve.  The very next step is for the common person to be able to create an electronic system that would make this all possible.

Over time this will enable other states to accept gold and silver as legal tender.  And then this will inject sound money into the American economy.

Imagine people getting gold and silver in their tax returns. So if current developments favor certain states, then it is only a matter of time that the rest of the states will follow.  And this will definitely be a big come back of gold and silver over the Fiat system we now have!

Below is a list of states that have gold and silver as legal tender.  Check them out.

I hope you found some of this information helpful.  Please leave a comment below and let me know your thoughts on making sound money (gold & silver) a part of our legal tender.  I myself think it is a great idea.  Personally I have seen how the American dollar has lost its value.

I remember about 10 years ago when I could get a week’s worth of groceries for me and my husband for about $85.  Then over time I noticed something happening with the amount of groceries I bought and how much more they cost.  Fast forward 10 years later and that same amount of food for me and my husband now costs $150.  That is insane.


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  1. In the past few months, I have noticed a sharp increase in goods.. groceries, clothing, gas (natural and petroleum), and particularly in home materials, for maintenance and renovation. I can only imagine the current price per square foot to build! Everything that’s essential to a reasonably decent quality of life is exploding with such unrealistic costs. And what is the future, with BILLIONS of dollars of “paper money” being printed at such an alarming rate?

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