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Philadelphia just became the first large city in the nation to ban cashless businesses in the city, in part to protect people like Dwight Tindal, a construction worker who doesn't have a bank or credit card. Kimberly Paynter/WHYY hide caption

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Protecting The 'Unbanked' By Banning Cashless Businesses In Philadelphia

Nearly 13 percent of Philadelphia's population doesn't have a bank account — more than double the regional average. The city has just become the first big city in the U.S. to ban cashless businesses.

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Protecting The 'Unbanked' By Banning Cashless Businesses In Philadelphia

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