Why can't states coin money?

Answer

The states were not allowed to coin money because too many different currencies would create much confusion. This also helped to prevent counterfeiting of money. It fixed a standard across all the states by having the federal government produce the official currency.
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Article One Section 10 of the US Constitution states that US States are prevented from coining their own money or making anything other than Gold or Silver legal tender for paying debts.
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