Governments Look to Drop Newspaper Ads


When government puts out a bid, enacts a new law or holds a hearing it can’t be secret. Officials legally have to tell everyone.You’ve probably seen the pages of fine print detailing what government’s up to in your local newspaper, or paper of record as it’s officially called. Some local governments who buy these newspaper ads say they’re an unnecessary expense in the computer age. Shamane Mills reports.

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