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Relevant Point: Find alternative places for conversation

Jul 14, 2020

When I last checked Twitter, retweets had soared passed 3,100 and likes exceeded 2,300. Downes is a producer at WFTV in Orlando, Florida. 

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Coronavirus coloring and activity pages for kids and families — from Kid Scoop

Jul 14, 2020

Newspapers can publish these as two full pages or four half pages (see graphics).

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NNA Issue Brief ⁠— PPP applications now open through Aug. 8

Jul 7, 2020

Most businesses are allowed only one loan. But business owners who did not include their own compensations in their initial applications are encouraged to contact their original lenders.

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NNA Issue Brief ⁠— SBA releases identities of borrowers of more than $150,000 in Paycheck Protection Program

Jul 6, 2020

The SBA and Department of Treasury today released the identities of loan recipients under the Paycheck Protection Program that received more than $150,000 in loans.

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NNA Issue Brief ⁠— loan forgiveness-EZ form available

Jun 22, 2020

The Small Business Administration has released a simplified form for PPP loan forgiveness.  

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Newspapers are your best investment because we care most about local

Jun 16, 2020

Roll-out of the “All Together Now” campaign centered on business recovery and reopening amid the COVID-19 pandemic and the critical role of newspaper journalism during the public health crisis.

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NNA Issue Brief⁠— spending rules for PPP loans changed by Congress

Jun 4, 2020

Congress has passed the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act of 2020, HR 7010, a bill supported by the National Newspaper Association. 

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NNA praises prompt congressional action on PPP Flexibility Act of 2020

Jun 4, 2020

The Senate on June 3 agreed to HR 7010, which provides borrowers with loosened rules for keeping the small businesses open during the coronavirus pandemic with small business loans.

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More Q and A on the Paycheck Protection Program

Jun 4, 2020

Updated 6/14/2020 ⁠— Congress allowed businesses that received loans to spend the Paycheck Protection Program loan funds up to Dec. 31, 2020, or for 24 weeks following receipt of the ...

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