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The presidential dollar coin has been sacrificed to cost-cutting needs. The White House said Tuesday it is stopping nearly all production of the coins, which carry the likeness of every deceased president. The lack of demand has resulted in nearly 1.4 billion coins, or 40 percent of those produced, being returned to the Federal Reserve, which costs money. (Associated Press)

The presidential dollar coin has been sacrificed to cost-cutting needs. The White House said Tuesday it is stopping nearly all production of the coins, which carry the likeness of every deceased president. The lack of demand has resulted in nearly 1.4 billion coins, or 40 percent of those produced, being returned to the Federal Reserve, which costs money. (Associated Press)

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