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lee and nicole

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Angela Altazan

on 25 March 2014

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2ND AND 3RD REASON WHY TO KEEP THE PENNY
4TH REASON WYH TO KEEP THE PENNY
The third reason we need to keep the penny is because this will be more expensive. The reason thing will be more expensive is because every thing will be rounded to the nearest nickle. Also people might be mad about every thing being more expensive.
The fourth reason why to keep the penny is poor people will be affected the most. Poor people will be affected the most because every thing will be rounded up to the nearest nickle and things will be more expensive so poor people could go bankrupted.
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Monday, February 17, 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
REASON ONE
The first reason why we should keep the penny is because it has sentimental value.The reason it has sentimental value is because it has Abraham Lincoln's head on it and he was a very important president. Abraham Lincoln was a very important president because he helped stop slavery.This coin is very sentimental because it has one of the most favored president on it.
Keeping the Penny
1ST REASON WHY TO KEEP THE PENNY
VIDEO ON WHY TO KEEP THE PENNY!
The second reason we need to keep the penny is because charities need pennies. Thousands of small charities depend on penny drives. Charities depend on pennies because people will be less willing to give away nickles, dimes, quarters, or dollar bills.
LINKS
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Penny
http://www.usmint.gov/kids/coinnews/circulating/01centcoin.cfm
BY: Lee and Nicole
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