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Tonda Rush

Tonda Rush is the director of public policy and serves as general counsel to the National Newspaper Association. Email her at tonda@nna.org

US Chamber creates coronavirus loan guide to help small businesses

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has created a guide to help small businesses, independent contractors, and gig economy workers prepare to file for a coronavirus relief loan under the  Coronavirus Aid, ...

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NNA applauds passage of small business relief legislation

National Newspaper Association today expressed its appreciation to members of Congress for moving quickly to adopt the $2 trillion Coronavirus Act, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act that contains ...

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PRC outlines future ‘skyrocketing’ postal costs

Imagine that you are spending $250 a week at your local post office, mailing some 2,000 newspapers to your readers. Service is pretty good, so long as you do most of the work: sort the papers by the carrier’s ...

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Rejection of massive postage increase; it is time to call on Congress to fix the postal service with public funding

National Newspaper Association has urged the Postal Regulatory Commission to abandon its proposal for postage increases for small newspapers that could add nearly 50% to distribution costs over the next ...

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Copyright Office publishes new filing deadline and formatting rules

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The United States Copyright Office has published its final rules requiring newspapers filing for copyright under group registration rules to file online. Paper applications will ...

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HR 2382 would remove 100% prefunding requirement enacted in 2006

Legislation that would relieve the U.S. Postal Service of more than $50 billion in debt is nearing a critical support threshold that could finally reach the House of Representatives floor in the 116th ...

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Court declines to review cases

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The United States Supreme Court left the newspaper industry with more questions than answers during its first session in October by declining to review two cases that create new ...

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Newspapers removed from broadcasters' public notice requirement

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Federal Communications Commission in September unanimously voted to remove from newspapers the public notices previously required by broadcasters seeking to acquire or renew ...

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