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McCain Hopes Strippers Get Bigger Tips if Dollar Coin Replaces Dollar Bill

If Congress passes the COINS Act replacing the $1 paper bill for a coin, the U.S. government may be able to save billions in printing costs at the expense of a little more jangle in the average consumers' pockets. But what about the strippers?

That's what The Hill newspaper asked one of the bill's co-sponsors, Sen. John McCain, in a piece published Thursday. The question came from a separate 2011 story where the publication suggested strippers could suffer in a bill-less economy, with G-strings and garter belts far less accommodating of cold metal.

Source: CNN. Read full article. (link)

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  • UnCivilServant||

    I want fewer coins and more bills. Introduce a half- and quarter- dollar bill, and reintroduce the mil coin. Bills are easier to work with, coins are impossible to keep organized.

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