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NNA applauds Small Business Expense Protection Act introduction

May 7, 2020

National Newspaper Association today cheered a bipartisan group of senators who are out to correct the Treasury Department’s decision that Paycheck Protection Act recipients cannot deduct their payroll ...

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You might have the right to gather, but you can choose otherwise

May 7, 2020

Benjamin Marcus talks about the recent state stay-at-home order lifts and how they are impacting the COVID-19 case numbers. Citizens may be able to start gathering and exercising religious freedom rights, ...

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LEGISLATIVE ALERT — Please call your senators and representatives NOW

May 6, 2020

Congress is working this week on the next version of the Paycheck Protection Program loans to repair gaps left by previous versions. Being considered are three provisions that NNA supports. 

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'A Walk Around' engages readers and interests advertisers

May 6, 2020

"Back in the early days of the stay-at-home order when people were trying to find ways to stay occupied, I put together a game called 'A Walk Around Oakland,'" Hunt explained. "Each stop was a place or ...

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Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press offers HIPAA guidebook

May 4, 2020

Medical privacy laws can confuse the most savvy journalist and give public officials a reason not to disclose information that should be provided to the public under state open records laws.

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Issue brief – what if laid off employees decline to return?

May 4, 2020

This week, new guidance has been issued on what happens if an employer tries to return a laid-off or furloughed employee to his or her old job and the employee decides not to come back. 

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At 100, still writing, still ‘happy as can be’

May 1, 2020

Even in hard times, newspaper columnist looks through ‘Rohse Colored Glasses’

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Schools aren’t open, but ample school news remains

May 1, 2020

With a shelter-in-place in order for Californians until further notice (as of April 23), Sonoma County Local News Initiative’s staff of eight reporters has shifted to working remotely to cover virtual ...

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On this Memorial Day, we can all look at our American flags and think about the many sacrifices

May 1, 2020

At the time of this writing on April 23, there are only 240 veterans that have no photo at all, including seven from California, 10 from Georgia, three from Michigan, 111 from New York, four from Virginia, ...

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