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New Infrastructure Bill to include roadside cash booths to help offset gas prices

San Diego, CA - The California Highway Commission tested out its new roadside cash booths on Friday as part of the recently-passed Infrastructure Bill.

Hundreds gathered to try the booth, and many more were seen picking up bills that escaped the box. One man reportedly walked away with nearly 8,000 dollars.

"We are excited to roll out this new program and can't wait to implement it across the country," said bill sponsor Jim Bryant. "We hope the cash cubes will help offset rising fuel costs, as well as add a little bit of fun back to our interstate system."

According to the website, participants get 30 seconds to collect as much cash as possible, and citizens can only use the booth once per day. Any cash that escapes the cube is free-game for others waiting in line.

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