If The United States Department of the Treasury is hiring, count me in. It all started back in 1999 when The United States Mint unveiled a 10 year plan to introduce new 50 State Quarters into our pockets and piggy banks.
The Bureau of Engraving and Printing got into the action last month when it unveiled new $20 bills. Bills bring more public relations issues with them then coins, but so far they seem to be widely accepted.
And now, the Mint is back with a new nickel design. This is the first, er, change to the nickel in 65 years. So it should be interesting to see how this money news, um, unfolds.