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President Obama on Thursday signed the Girl Scout Commemorative Coin Act into law, authorizing the Untied States Mint to strike up to 350,000 silver dollar coins to honor the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the Girl Scouts of the United States of America (GSUSA). The coins will be minted and sold in 2013, marking […]

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Girl Scout Commemorative Silver Dollars are in the works. Legislation to celebrate the Girl Scouts with silver coins passed in the U.S. House of Representatives last Tuesday, and the bill was given a thumbs up in the U.S. Senate on Monday without amendment and by Unanimous Consent. Following a few minor procedural details, the bill […]

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Coin to symbolize Girl Scouts commemorativeLegislation passed in the U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday that would authorize the United States Mint to strike up to 350,000 commemorative silver dollars in 2013 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Girl Scouts of the USA.

The Girl Scouts USA Centennial Commemorative Coin Act, or H.R. 621, was introduced on Jan. 21 by Rep. Jack Kingston. It represents a second attempt at passage as the first version failed to make its way through last year’s 110th Congress.

The final outcome for this bill would seem to be different. It had the support of 304 cosponsors and easily passed in the House by a simple voice vote. Then there is the Boy Scouts Centennial Commemorative Coin Act, which was signed into law in October of 2008. It would seem an unsupportable position to honor the Boy Scouts next year for their 100th anniversary, and then not do the same for the Girl Scouts on their centennial.

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U.S. Senator Susan Collins introduced legislation Monday that would have the United States Mint issue commemorative silver dollars celebrating the centennial of the establishment of the Girl Scouts of USA. Details are limited since the bill, S. 451, is not yet in the Government Printing Office (GPO) and no public comments appear to be have […]

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