President Bush signed into law a bill directing the Treasury to mint 350,000 silver dollars in 2012 "emblematic of the courage, pride, sacrifice, sense of duty, and history of the U.S. Infantry." A surcharge of $10 per coin will help the National Infantry Foundation establish an endowment to support the maintenance of the National Infantry […]


Two commemorative silver dollar bills, which were introduced and passed in the House months ago, finally received a senatorial thumbs up on Saturday. Congress burned the proverbial midnight oil and, on top of the commemorate silver dollar for Boy Scouts, passed legislation to honor the U.S. Army Infantry and the National Infantry Museum and Soldier […]


The U.S. House of Representatives was a busy chamber Tuesday with members passing major coin legislation. There are more than a dozen bills under consideration this year. Two were given a thumbs up by House and moved to the Senate for consideration while a third bill passed the Senate and will soon await Presidential signing. […]


The U.S. House passed new legislation yesterday that would create a silver dollar coin honoring the U.S. Army Infantry, and the National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center. The bill, H.R. 3229, entitled National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center Commemorative Coin Act would have the U.S. Mint issue 350,000 silver $1 coins in the year 2012. […]