POLITICS  ·   April 1, 2014

Can the government save $200 million on ink? Nope. | Truth Teller

- (Editor's note: An earlier version of this video said that the government spends less on ink than Suvir Mirchandani estimated. While this is probably the case based on government figures, it cannot be definitively determined.) Fourteen-year-old Suvir Mirchandani made national headlines when he claimed that the federal government could save over $200 million simply by switching fonts on its documents. That claim is patently false. ()

- (Editor's note: An earlier version of this video said that the government spends less on ink than Suvir Mirchandani estimated. While this is probably the case based on government figures, it cannot be definitively determined.) Fourteen-year-old Suvir Mirchandani made national headlines when he claimed that the federal government could save over $200 million simply by switching fonts on its documents. That claim is patently false. ()

Can the government save $200 million on ink? Nope. | Truth Teller (1:02)

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