1. Put Tubman on the $20 bill now, Gov. Hogan tells Trump administration  The Washington Post
  2. Hogan urges Mnuchin to reconsider delay of Harriet Tubman $20-bill | TheHill  The Hill
  3. Jason Nichols: Harriet Tubman belongs on $20 bill – Congress should make Trump put her there in 2020  Fox News
  4. Maryland governor urges Mnuchin not to delay $20 Tubman bill  WTOP
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Republican Larry Hogan urges the White House not to delay honoring Harriet Tubman, a Maryland native.Republican Larry Hogan urges the White House not to delay honoring Harriet Tubman, a Maryland native.

Put Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill now, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan tells Trump administration - The Washington Post

““Out of all the things you could spend your time on as secretary, Mnuchin is spending it reversing the decision to remove Andrew Jackson and to put Harriet Tubman on the $20. That seems like an unnecessary and divisive action.” https://t.co/j59kMZ2Zv4”

Paul Demko on Twitter: "“Out of all the things you could spend your time on as secretary, Mnuchin is spending it reversing the decision to remove Andrew Jackson and to put Harriet Tubman on the $20. That seems like an unnecessary and divisive action.” https://t.co/j59kMZ2Zv4"

There is no American in the history of our country who is a better symbol of what we say we stand for than Harriet Tubman.There is no American in the history of our country who is a better symbol of what we say we stand for than Harriet Tubman.

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) on Tuesday asked Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to rethink his decision to delay the release of a $20 bill featuring abolitionist and suffragette Harriet Tubman.Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) on Tuesday asked Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to rethink his decision to delay the release of a $20 bill featuring abolitionist and suffragette Harriet Tubman.

Hogan urges Mnuchin to reconsider delay of Harriet Tubman $20 bill | TheHill

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) on Tuesday asked Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to rethink his decision to delay the release of a $20 bill featuring abolitionist and suffragette Harriet Tubman.Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) on Tuesday asked Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to rethink his decision to delay the release of a $20 bill featuring abolitionist and suffragette Harriet Tubman.

Hogan urges Mnuchin to reconsider delay of Harriet Tubman $20 bill | TheHill

In an act of civil disobedience, a group of Ann Arbor women are on a mission to stamp out former President Andrew Jackson’s face on $20 bills.

Ann Arborites stamp Harriet Tubman on $20 bills to protest Trump - mlive.com

Official site of The Week Magazine, offering commentary and analysis of the day's breaking news and current events as well as arts, entertainment, people and gossip, and political cartoons. The U.S. Treasury hasn't had many policy disagreements lately. That's not necessarily a good thing. It's no secret that President Trump's top officials at the Treasury Department are largely white, male, and wealthy. That lack of diversity recently sprouted to the surface as delays stymie a proposal to put Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill. But as current and former officials tell Politico, that's just a public manifestation of a much deeper problem. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin regularly conducts meetings with about 20 senior officials, of whom just three are woman and one is a person of color. The Treasury's hiring of minorities also "fell to its lowest pace in five years" in 2018, Politico notes via department statistics. This homogeneity has manifested into "fewer policy disagreements" than in the past, one former official tells Politico. But that's just because, as a current official puts it, the department's overwhelming privilege just feels "disconnected from reality." Another former official was more blunt: When people lacking in diverse "gender, race, ethnicity and financial perspective" make policy, it's "f---ing frightening," they told Politico. A delay in what was supposed to be the 2020 introduction of a Tubman $20 bill sparked mentions of the department's lack of diversity and even accusations of racism. But "more than a dozen current and former Trump administration and Treasury officials ticked off examples that openly highlighted the lack of diversity" far beyond the Tubman example, Politico says. A Treasury spokesperson defended the current administration's hiring practices, saying the Treasury's entire workforce is 44 percent women under Trump and was 48 percent women under former President Barack Obama. Read more at Politico. Kathryn Krawczyk

The Treasury is overwhelmingly white and male — and officials say it's become a problem

The U.S. Treasury hasn't had many policy disagreements lately. That's not necessarily a good thing. It's no secret that President Trump's top officials at the Treasury Department are largely white, male, and wealthy. That lack of diversity recently sprouted to the surface as delays stymie a proposal to put Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill. But as current and former officials tell Politico, that's just a public manifestation of a much deeper problem. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin regularly conducts meetings with about 20 senior officials, of whom just three are woman and one is a person of color. The Treasury's hiring of minorities also "fell to its lowest pace in five years" in 2018, Politico notes via department statistics. This homogeneity has manifested into "fewer policy disagreements" than in the past, one former official tells Politico. But that's just because, as a current official puts it, the department's overwhelming privilege just feels "disconnected from reality." Another former official was more blunt: When people lacking in diverse "gender, race, ethnicity and financial perspective" make policy, it's "f---ing frightening," they told Politico. A delay in what was supposed to be the 2020 introduction of a Tubman $20 bill sparked mentions of the department's lack of diversity and even accusations of racism. But "more than a dozen current and former Trump administration and Treasury officials ticked off examples that openly highlighted the lack of diversity" far beyond the Tubman example, Politico says. A Treasury spokesperson defended the current administration's hiring practices, saying the Treasury's entire workforce is 44 percent women under Trump and was 48 percent women under former President Barack Obama. Read more at Politico. Kathryn Krawczyk

The Treasury is overwhelmingly white and male — and officials say it's become a problem

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is urging the federal Treasury Department to release the Harriet Tubman $20 bill in 2020, as was planned, after it said production would be postponed until as late as 2028.Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is urging the federal Treasury Department to release the Harriet Tubman $20 bill in 2020, as was planned, after it said production would be postponed until as late as 2028.

Hogan urges treasury to release Harriet Tubman $20 bill by 2020

WBAL Radio 1090 AM - Gov. Hogan Asks Mnuchin To Reconsider Decision On Tubman $20 Bill The treasury secretary recently told Congress that the new $20 bill design would be pushed back to at least 2026.

Gov. Hogan Asks Mnuchin To Reconsider Decision On Tubman $20 Bill | WBAL NewsRadio 1090/FM 101.5

(WBFF) -- On Tuesday, Governor Larry Hogan sent a letter to U. S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, urging the federal administration to reconsider its decision to delay the release of the Harriet Tubman twenty-dollar bill. The governor cited concerns that, while the release was originally slated for 2020, “citizens across Maryland and the country will instead have to wait nearly a decade for this new bill to reach general circulation. ”(WBFF) -- On Tuesday, Governor Larry Hogan sent a letter to U. S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, urging the federal administration to reconsider its decision to delay the release of the Harriet Tubman twenty-dollar bill. The governor cited concerns that, while the release was originally slated for 2020, “citizens across Maryland and the country will instead have to wait nearly a decade for this new bill to reach general circulation. ”

Governor Hogan Urges Federal Treasury to Release Tubman $20 Bill in 2020 | WBFF

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is urging the Trump administration to reconsider its decision to delay putting Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill.

Maryland Gov. Hogan to Trump administration: Put Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill - Baltimore Sun