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Concord merchants launch common-cents revolution

Judy Fersh of Concord Teacakes and other merchants plan to avoid pennies by rounding down transactions to the nickel. Judy Fersh of Concord Teacakes and other merchants plan to avoid pennies by rounding down transactions to the nickel. (Globe Staff Photo / Mark Wilson)
By Jennifer Fenn Lefferts
Globe Correspondent / February 10, 2009

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Following in the footsteps of the town's historic Minutemen, the owner of a Concord bakery is leading her own revolution of sorts - against pennies. (Full article: 649 words)

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