Posted on: 05-24-2011
Candy bars only cost a buck or two… but did you know a Snickers bar weighs 28 percent more than 5 dollar coins?
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With dollar bill paper prices at an all-time high and the federal debt ballooning, the Dollar Coin Alliance is calling on Congress to act to save billions in taxpayer money by transitioning from the dollar note to the $1 coin.
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"Today the Treasury Department is answering questions about coins on Twitter." http://t.co/SAynMJo3YL- Thursday Apr 17 - 4:38pm
"Canadians seem to love their “loonies” & “toonies” (twodollar coins) and have no trouble carrying them around" Tim Blagg, @TheRecorderNews- Monday Apr 14 - 2:50pm