It has become a well established fact that the public will not widely use the One Dollar Coin as long as the One Dollar Note is widely available. I have a simple solution, Congress can just pass a law stating that no One Dollar Notes shall be sold to the Federal Reserve sytem for a period of two years. The BEP can keep printing them they just can't sell them. As significant number will wear out according to the Federal Reserve's own statistics. http://www.federalreserve.gov/generalinfo/faq/faqcur.htm#13 At the end of this time the President shall direct the Secretary of the Treasury to report to Congress as to the status of the need for a One Dollar Note. The result I would hope for is that the need for the One Dollar Bill would go way down and people would learn to get by without it. People need to feel like "If I don't like this situation it will change in short period of time". The only way this will work is with a phase in period, just demanding that people give up the One Dollar note won't work. There are millions of One Dollar coins sitting in bank vaults taking up space.