Taking wooden money is legal in this town
A Washington State city makes its own currency from a printing press found in a museum. Tenino Mayor Wayne Fournier says the town has a history of using wooden money going back to the Great Depression.
And now, the currency — which Fournier describes as not quite ILLEGAL — is back to help residents in need during the pandemic.
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Published: Wednesday September 09, 2020