Some critical of treasury secretary's dollar bill signature

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United States Secretary of Treasury Steve Mnuchin signed his first dollar bills into circulation this past week, and his signature has sparked some conversation.

Mnuchin signed in print, making people wonder about the lost art of cursive which is no longer being taught in many schools around the country.

Assemblyman Jeff Dinowitz called out Mnuchin for not writing in cursive, and Dinowitz is attempting to pass a bill that would require schools to teach the long-lost handwriting.

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