Former Reps. Tim Penny (D-MN) and Jim Kolbe (R-AZ) – The Hill: “Dollar coin: Change that would mean billions in budget savings”
Former Rep. Tim Penny (D-MN) and Jim Kolbe (R-AZ) wrote an op-ed featured in The Hill entitled “Dollar coin: Change that would mean billions in budget savings” that outlines how the dollar coin could be a partial pay-for many of the President’s new initiatives. To view the full piece, click here.
Former Rep. Tim Penny (D-MN) wrote an op-ed featured in Roll Call this week entitled “Realistic Budget Rules Would Save Taxpayers Billions” that outlines how simple budget shifts, like switching to the dollar coin, could save the United States billions. To view the full piece, click here.
Former Rep. Jim Kolbe (R-Ariz.) penned a letter to the editor entitled, “Dollar Coin: Money That Can’t Be Hacked” in response to a piece by Frank Peiffer that appeared in The Intelligencer on October 21. Rep. Kolbe’s piece outlines the necessity for hard currency and dollar coins. To view the full piece, click here.
Tom Schatz contributed an op-ed in The Hill entitled, “Dollars and common sense” last week. Schatz explains, “The sooner the switch to the $1 coin is made, the sooner the nation will start accumulating billions of dollars in savings and catch up with the currency policies of our trading partners. At a time when the national debt exceeds $17.7 trillion, …
Former Reps. Tim Penny (D-Minn.) and Jim Kolbe (R-Ariz.) – The Hill: “The USA Act will save taxpayers money”
Former Reps. Tim Penny (D-Minn.) and Jim Kolbe (R-Ariz.) penned an op-ed entitled, “The USA Act will save taxpayers money” that outlines the benefits of the USA Act. To view the article please click here.
House Bill Packages Common Sense GAO Recommendations, Including Currency Modernization, to Save Taxpayers Billions Washington D.C. (July 24, 2014) – The Dollar Coin Alliance strongly supports the introduction of the United Savings and Accountability Act today, a bipartisan House bill that will save the federal government nearly $200 billion over 10 years. The USA Act packages a number of recommendations …