The quarters will feature
national site from each of the 50 states plus the District of
Columbia and each U.S. territory.
Governors are recommending sites for representation on the quarter.
An image of George Washington will be on the other side.
The Illinois Historic Preservation Agency says
Gov. Pat Quinn
is considering several designs but no final decision has been made.
Later this month, the
U.S. Treasury will make the final design decisions.
Last year, the U.S. Mint completed its 10-year state quarter
program, which it called the most popular coin program in history
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