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When does the law Landry signed that says placess like the SuperDome and Tiger Stadium

Posted on 5/28/24 at 2:33 pm
Posted by LSUGrad1995
Member since May 2024
60 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 2:33 pm
When does the law Landry signed that says places like the Superdome and Tiger Stadium must accept cash again? I hate using my cards.
Posted by brass2mouth
NOLA
Member since Jul 2007
19749 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 2:34 pm to
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When does the law Landry signed that says places like the Superdome and Tiger Stadium must accept cash again?


When does it what?
Go into effect?
Posted by LSUGrad1995
Member since May 2024
60 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 2:36 pm to
Yes this is the USA! We should be allowed to use cash!
Posted by cbree88
South Louisiana
Member since Feb 2010
5610 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 2:37 pm to
Tell me you’re old without telling me you’re old.
Posted by TDsngumbo
Alpha Silverfox
Member since Oct 2011
41864 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 2:38 pm to
I don’t know but I’ve had three fraudulent charges to my card linked to concessions purchases at Tiger Stadium. If I could use cash, that’d be preferable.
Posted by TheArrogantCorndog
Highland Rd
Member since Sep 2009
14846 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 2:38 pm to
I was under the understanding that Treasury Notes, if tendered by a debtor in payment of his monetary obligation, may not be refused by the creditor. Public or Private.
Posted by Bayou_Tiger_225
Third Earth
Member since Mar 2016
10869 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 2:42 pm to
Ahhh yes. More of the hard hitting issues Landry is taking care of.
Posted by azcatiger
somewhere
Member since Mar 2011
4529 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 2:45 pm to
Cash transactions are too slow for places like stadiums. Also, the amount of cash you must keep on hand for change, etc is just stupid. Businesses will not go backwards.
Posted by TigerDeacon
West Monroe, LA
Member since Sep 2003
29404 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 2:45 pm to
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I was under the understanding that Treasury Notes, if tendered by a debtor in payment of his monetary obligation, may not be refused by the creditor. Public or Private.


Public or private "debts" =/= your concession purchases.


Of course a state can make it mandatory for that state.
This post was edited on 5/28/24 at 2:47 pm
Posted by chinhoyang
Member since Jun 2011
23754 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 2:47 pm to
One day there will be a huge internet collapse and people will wish that they had cash.

Posted by NIH
Member since Aug 2008
112883 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 2:49 pm to
Why are you old farts always wishing for disaster
Posted by Green Chili Tiger
Lurking the Tin Foil Hat Board
Member since Jul 2009
47848 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 2:50 pm to
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I was under the understanding that Treasury Notes, if tendered by a debtor in payment of his monetary obligation, may not be refused by the creditor. Public or Private.


"There is no federal statute mandating that a private business, a person, or an organization must accept currency or coins as payment for goods or services. Private businesses are free to develop their own policies on whether to accept cash unless there is a state law that says otherwise." - The Federal Reserve
Posted by TheArrogantCorndog
Highland Rd
Member since Sep 2009
14846 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 2:50 pm to
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Public or private "debts" =/= your concession purchases.


Read what I said again... monetary obligation meets said requirements for purchases, unless you're advocating for theft

And yes, they absolutely do = purchases, whether it be from a public or private institution

Astoundingly stupid thing for you to say
Posted by Obtuse1
Westside Bodymore Yo
Member since Sep 2016
26020 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 2:53 pm to
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I was under the understanding that Treasury Notes, if tendered by a debtor in payment of his monetary obligation, may not be refused by the creditor. Public or Private.


If I had a dollar for everyone that misunderstood those laws I would have enough money to fund debit card purchases for the rest of my life.
Posted by JohnnyKilroy
Cajun Navy Vice Admiral
Member since Oct 2012
35641 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 2:57 pm to
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One day there will be a huge internet collapse and people will wish that they had cash.
you think the entire internet is going to shut down?
Posted by TheArrogantCorndog
Highland Rd
Member since Sep 2009
14846 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 2:57 pm to
I'll
quote:

There is no federal statute mandating that a private business, a person, or an organization must accept currency or coins as payment for goods or services. Private businesses are free to develop their own policies on whether to accept cash unless there is a state law that says otherwise." - The Federal Reserve



Absolutely WRONG
quote:

Legal Tender Cases, 110 U.S. 421 (1884)


quote:

Congress has the constitutional power to make the Treasury notes of the United States a legal tender in payment of private debts, in time of peace as well as in time of war.


That is the case law, and that is the ruling... frick your federal reserve... this is the law of the land, not some random shite a business said... you MUST accept legal tender if it is an option as for the debtor
Posted by Boudreaux35
BR
Member since Sep 2007
21659 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 2:59 pm to
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When does the law Landry signed


Based on his projected attitude since getting inaugurated, "whenever he damn well feels like!"
Posted by poochie
Houma, la
Member since Apr 2007
6410 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 3:01 pm to
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congress has the constitutional power to make the Treasury notes of the United States a legal tender in payment of private debts, in time of peace as well as in time of war.


correct, but a debt is not a purchase. They can just deny service so no debt will be incurred. If you consumed their good or service and owed them a debt, then yes, they would have to take cash.
Posted by Green Chili Tiger
Lurking the Tin Foil Hat Board
Member since Jul 2009
47848 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 3:02 pm to
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Absolutely WRONG


Sorry you don't like the answer, but it is absolutely correct. Do you not remember businesses no longer taking cash during covid?

This has all been asked (and answered) legally before. Several states even introduced legislation to address it at the state level after covid to varying degrees of success.

Your state can require businesses to accept cash , but the federal government does not.
Posted by Art Vandelay
LOUISIANA
Member since Sep 2005
10722 posts
Posted on 5/28/24 at 3:02 pm to
Can’t wait until there is a cash line and credit line and the cash line misses the first quarter because some dumb kids can’t count change.
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