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Legislation Seeks All-Steel Coinage
By Numismatic News
May 03, 2013

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Steel would be the new composition of the cent, nickel, dime and quarter if legislation introduced by Rep. Steve Stivers of Ohio in the U.S. House of Representatives becomes law.

The goal of the “Cents and Sensibility Act,” is to save $433 million in minting costs over 10 years and to use American steel in American coins.

Stivers says most copper, zinc and nickel presently used in U.S. coinage is imported from Canada.

The legislation is co-sponsored by two other Ohio congressmen. It was referred April 24 to the Financial Services Committee.

 

 

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Comments
On May 3, 2013 richard bryner said
How and where do we protest againts this steel coinage crap?

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