14-Year-Old Figures Out That Bad Fonts Cost the Government Hundreds of Millions

The U.S. government could save up to $370 million a year by switching fonts, from Times New Roman to the thriftier Garamond according to 14-year-old high school student Suvir Mirchandani. 

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