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PERSPECTIVE: Cancel culture can chill free speech; it’s also free speech in action

Apr 22, 2021

Freedom Forum fellow for First Amendment, discusses cancel culture in this month’s edition of First Five Express.

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A new PPP opportunity for some group newspapers

Apr 20, 2021

This list is intended to make sure your application is on SBA’s eligibility list as the program officers design a new process for these unique loans. Your company may still have to fill out the formal ...

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'We can do this,' local newspapers tell Health and Human Services

Apr 13, 2021

More than 2,500 local newspapers today joined a letter from National Newspaper Association to Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra asking to join the agency’s public education campaign ...

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Free Expression Awards: How nine honorees used their First Amendment powers

Apr 8, 2021

In advance of the Freedom Forum’s 2021 Free Expression Awards on April 15, Patty Rhule describes how the nine honorees sparked change through free and fearless expression and asks us to consider ...

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NNA ISSUE BRIEF: Check on your employee retention tax credits

Apr 6, 2021

National Newspaper Association members are reminded that the Employee Retention Credit is available under new terms because of the December 27, 2020, stimulus legislation.

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A salute to those who wave the editorial banner

Apr 1, 2021

I have a passion for vibrant, local editorials. I believe energized, local editorials are at the foundation of energized communities. The Golden Quill recognizes the top 12 editorials written among nondailies. The ...

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Adobe announcement forces newspapers to make long-term plans about fonts

Apr 1, 2021

Yes, Peter, it’s true. Type 1 fonts are on their way out … at least as far as Adobe is concerned. Say it ain’t so, Adobe!

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Bill Blauvelt is nostalgic for the glory days and hopeful for the future

Apr 1, 2021

Bill Blauvelt is both melancholy for newspapers’ glory days of the past and hopeful for a new golden era in journalism as he churns out his three newspapers week after week on his 60-year-old Goss ...

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