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World War I commemorative coin now has backing of U.S. Senate

1. Senate does its part for WWI coin

Two days after the U.S. House gave its approval, the U.S. Senate passed a bill Thursday that would authorize a 2018 commemorative coin from the U.S. Mint honoring those Americans who fought in World War I, according to a release from U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt (R-MO), the legislation's sponsor in the Senate.

The senate voted unanimously in favor of the American Veterans Centennial Commemorative Coin Act.

“This important bill gives us an opportunity to honor and remember more than four million American veterans who served our country during World War I,” Blunt said in the release.

The legislation is now headed to the desk of President Barack Obama, who needs to lend his signature for the bill to become law.

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