A measure that would streamline access to banking for cannabis businesses in Missouri got the green light from House members last week, reported Missouri Independent.

The legislation under which marijuana businesses would be allowed to execute a waiver authorizing state agencies to share their licensing and inspection data with their financial institutions is now heading back to the Senate for one more vote.

S.B. 63 from state Sen. Steve Roberts (D-St. Louis) stipulates that cannabis can "request in writing that a state or local licensing authority or agency, including but not limited to the Department of Health and Senior Services or Department of Revenue, share the …

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