Michigan Woman May Replace Andrew Jackson On The $20 Bill
We soon may be seeing a different face on the $20 bill. According to Time.com, the U.S. House and Senate are considering a measure that would order the treasury to start the process of putting a woman on the bill. The "Put a Woman on the Twenty Act" was introduced in the house Tuesday, just six days after a similar bill was introduced in the Senate.
Voters can now pick from one of four female finalists which include long-time Detroit resident Rosa Parks, Harriet Tubman, Eleanor Roosevelt and Wilma Mankiller, the Cherokee Nation’s first female chief. The four finalists were chosen from an initial list of 100 candidates. Click below to cast your vote!