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Time for the U.S. Penny to Go

I saw a Twitter tweet from a penny today.  Not a woman named Penny, but a penny coin.  The Canadian penny, to be exact. The Canadian government recently announced its intention to eliminate the penny as a cost saving measure.  In a last ditch effort to save face (value), the Canadian penny took to Twitter. And now, the determined discus has launched a media blitz to have its two cents heard.
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