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House leaders introduce appropriation to help US Postal Service 

May 27, 2020

Reps Carolyn Maloney, D-New York, chair of the Oversight and Government Reform Committee; and Gerald Connolly, D-Virginia, chair of the Government Operations Subcommittee, said they believed the coronavirus ...

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There is no good reason to allow USPS to falter

Apr 14, 2020

Hold Congress accountable, newspaper people! There is no good reason to allow USPS to falter.

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Hear lessons on life and business from NBA Hall of Famer Grant Hill

Oct 20, 2020

NNA members are invited to join the free UPS® Success after Success webinar series. Join the NBA Hall of Famer Grant Hill Talks Business webinar on Thursday October 22 to hear about how he faces challenges ...

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NNA Issue Brief: PPP loans under $50K get simplified forgiveness process

Oct 9, 2020

The U.S. Department of Treasury and Small Business Administration have released a new form for Paycheck Protection Program borrowers for loan forgiveness if they received $50,000 or less.

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News organizations across the country receiving pushback for reporting coronavirus statistics

Oct 1, 2020

Just as some people are tiring of taking precautions against the novel coronavirus, helping it spread, I'm sure some newsrooms are tiring of covering it. And that helps it spread, too, by making it seem ...

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In case you missed it

Oct 1, 2020

There’s a classic serenity prayer that asks, ”Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and wisdom to know the difference.” I ...

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Pandemic no excuse for lazy reporting

Oct 1, 2020

Logistics are demanding enough to connect with your regular corps of newsmakers. Then consider everyday readers — the local names and faces who provide so many distinctive stories — who may ...

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NNA ISSUE BRIEF: Payroll tax deferrals will come due January 1, 2021

Aug 31, 2020

As expected, the tax will not be forgiven but must be paid to the federal government between January 1 and April 20, 2021. If not paid by May 1, interest and penalties will begin to accrue.

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