More secure, colourful $20 note makes its debut

"After months of seeing them roll off of the presses, I am honored to spend the first new $20 bill in my hometown of Washington, D.C.," said James Brent, the chief of the office of currency production in the U.S., on 9 October.

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Source: Federal Reserve

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NEWLY REDESIGNED $20 BILL MAKES D.C. DEBUT AT L'ENFANT PLAZA POST OFFICE

Local Businesses Prepare for New Notes; Local Officials Participate in First Transaction.

U.S. government officials introduced the newly redesigned $20

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