Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said last month the new bill had been delayed until 2026, frustrating those hoping it would be unveiled this year.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi called the delay “an insult,” and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer has requested a probe into the Treasury Department’s decision.
Mnuchin said he's too focused on counterfeiting to celebrate an African American woman's contributions to the country. That argument doesn't make sense.
But it's not too late to change things before 2020, Alex Stamos said.
In the end, Representative King is consistent. Preemptively striking women like Tubman, Eleanor Roosevelt, Sojourner Truth, and Alice Paul from new currency fits a pattern of uninformed leadership regarding women's lives, their contributions to our nation, and a woman's place in our society.
He filed legislation to do it.
Did the treasurers really think about what it would it would look like, what it would symbolize if they put Jackson on Tubman's back?
Kudos to the Treasury Department which has announced that Harriet Tubman's face will grace the front of the redesigned $20 bill, making her the first woman in more than a century and first African American ever to be represented on the face of an American paper note.
Journalist and author Cokie Roberts says that philandering liar Alexander Hamilton is still making women wait their turn to assume their rightful place on the front of American currency.
Even being on the $20 posthumously doesn't stop men from telling you to smile.
The GOP presidential hopeful called it "pure political correctness."
Tubman's relationship to the $20 amount goes back further than you think.
He thinks Harriet Tubman should go on the rarely circulated $2 bill instead.