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NNA welcomes progress on portion of Local Journalism Sustainability Act

Nov 19, 2021

The National Newspaper Association today welcomed news that the sections of the Local Journalism Sustainability Act that would provide tax credits for newsroom jobs have survived as part of the Build Back ...

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OSHA vaccine mandate put on hold by federal appeals court

Nov 15, 2021

The Emergency Temporary Standard by the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has been stayed by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit in New Orleans, which ordered OSHA to ...

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OSHA issues vaccine mandates for companies with 100 employees or more

Nov 4, 2021

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration today released its emergency regulations requiring companies with 100 employees or more to develop, implement and enforce ...

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Let’s steer some of that pandemic relief money into sample copying

Oct 1, 2021

Few vaccine-hesitant or -resistant people are likely to be persuaded by a news story or editorial urging vaccination, but it's important to keep delivering facts about the vaccines because social media ...

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SBA opens new forgiveness portal

Oct 1, 2021

The Small Business Administration has opened a new portal for businesses that have not yet received forgiveness for their Paycheck Protection Program loans.

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PERSPECTIVE: Restricting speech in the name of safety, from panic to pandemic

Sep 9, 2021

Enacted just weeks after Sept. 11, the USA PATRIOT Act restricted civil liberties more than most agreed was necessary to protect national security. The act expired in 2020, just as a new threat, COVID-19, ...

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PERSPECTIVE: Protect assembly and petition by preserving listening at public meetings

Sep 2, 2021

Many public meetings are becoming so contentious – even violent – that they push the boundaries of the First Amendment’s right “peaceably to assemble,” says Gene Policinski, ...

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Pandemic facts can be delivered with unusual means: social media, Extension agents, federal funding

Sep 1, 2021

With the nation desperately in need of vaccination and masking to prevent deaths and keep our hospitals from being overrun, what role should community newspapers play?

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Apply for the Employee Retention Credit ⁠— NNA/RSM ERTC webinar

Aug 26, 2021

The Employee Retention Credit provides a credit to an employer who was affected by the COVID-19 shut down in 2020 or 2021. The credit can provide for up to $5,000 per employee credit in 2020 (depending ...

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