Banks withdrawing from small towns


Athens, Mich., is a town of 1000. It’s got everything its citizen’s need: a grocery store, pharmacy and post office. But it doesn’t have a bank. Athens is not alone, more than 2,500 banks closed in towns across the U.S. last year. CNBC’s Kayla Tausche reports.

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