In G-d we Trust
I am a plaintiff in a case against the government printing “In God We Trust” on currency.
A major argument we will pursue is the burden that this imposes on non-believers to carry and exchange money bearing a slogan that violates their religious (non)beliefs in order to complete cash transactions.The lower court stated that it does NOT impose a “significant burden” because you can just use checks or credit cards instead.
We are working to compile specific examples of situations where it is impossible to avoid cash to complete a transaction, or alternatively where it requires additional time and expense to avoid doing so.
What examples can you give where you have to use cash to complete a transaction or where not using cash would impose additional burdens/costs to you?