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Start using the $1 coin

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Great one!

Stop using $1 bills start using the $1 coins.

Used dollar bills, made of non-recyclable linen and cotton, taken out of circulation are required to be BLEACHED and shredded. Then 90% is disposed in land fills. 10% can be used for roofing shingles.

https://www.msu.edu/~alocilja/undergrad/BE230/dollar_vs_coin.pdf

Let's take some advise from our North neighbors (Canada) who LOVE to use the Loonie and Toonie. Help cut the US deficit. It's common sense. start using the $1 coin.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-10783019

a coin can last four decades while a note lasts only a few years, replacing the dollar bill with the coin could save the US $500m to $700m per year in printing and paper costs.

http://www.usmint.gov/mint_programs/$1coin/

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