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Tuesday, June 2nd, 2020 MST

Dollars no longer accepted at Taj Mahal

Tourists to the Taj Mahal and other famous landmarks in India will no longer accept dollars for entrance fees. Indian officials blame the dollar’s decline in foreign exchange markets as the reason.

In India, the rupee, a currency rarely accepted outside India, is now preferred to the world’s primary reserve currency. This is further evidence of the damage done to our once proud dollar by massive federal deficit spending.

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