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Ka-Ching! 'Ask Amy' Answers Wedding Etiquette Questions

Ka-Ching! 'Ask Amy' Answers Wedding Etiquette Questions

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Some couples don't need a coffee maker, a blender or a new set of china. And with the economy the way it is, they have decided that they'd like to ask for something else: cold, hard cash.

Where on the etiquette scale would such a request fall? Chicago Tribune syndicated columnist Amy Dickinson, who writes the "Ask Amy" column, helps figure out this nuptial minefield.

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