BYE BYE Federal Reserve – The Texas Bullion Depository

AUSTIN, Texas (Nov. 15, 2017) – The Texas Bullion Depository took a step closer becoming operational earlier this month when officials announced the location of the new facility. The creation of a state bullion depository in Texas represents a power shift away from the federal government to the state, and it provides a blueprint that could ultimately end the Federal Reserve’s monopoly on money.
Update –
The Texas Bullion Depository is the first state-administered bullion depository to be established in the United States.
Another Step Forward For Sound Money: Location Picked For Texas Gold Depository
And a local article:
Leander chosen as site of Texas’ gold bullion depository
The exact location of the facility hasn’t been released for security reasons, but LSTA says it will be built in North Leander somewhere near the Capital Metro railroad tracks.
The depository will also employ at least 100 people in an area that’s already growing. In 2000, the population for Leander was less than 8,000. During the last census in 2015, that was up to almost 38,000 people.
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