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Parents will love summer reading Bingo

Jun 18, 2024

Take a look at these magical reading activities, ideal for summer sponsors!

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Everything Mail Entry — Understanding Periodicals Vol 3 Lesson 2

Jun 13, 2024

Everything Mail Entry — Understanding Periodicals Vol 3 Lesson 2 — focuses on the ever-changing: where to enter mail and why it matters, mail entry methods, and proper preparation ...

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Is Kid retiring or on vacation?

Jun 1, 2024

Creators of the Newspaper in Education (NIE) feature For the Kid in You are retiring, but the Kids’ future depends on someone like you.

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Test scores signal a key market to grow circulation

Jun 1, 2024

Parents are deeply concerned with their children’s education, especially when district test scores are published.

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PRC determines it is powerless to stop price increases it believes to be 'not prudent'

May 31, 2024

“If the PRC has no legal basis to block an increase that it determines is ‘not in the interest of stakeholders,’ the viability of the entire system of checks and balances must be questioned,” NNA ...

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NNA applauds Democratic House Oversight leaders all for PRC to halt July rate increase

May 24, 2024

NNA Chair John Galer, publisher of The Journal-News in Hillsboro, Illinois, who led the fly-in contingent said “NNA applauds this action by Ranking Member Raskin and the colleagues who have joined ...

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Welch, Rounds lead bipartisan Deliver for Democracy Act to help local news overcome persistent postal delays, surging rate increases

May 22, 2024

The NNA worked extensively with Senator Welch’s staff in developing this bill and numerous improvements we proposed were incorporated into it before it was introduced. The fact that newspaper service ...

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NNA needs your help — letter regarding postage

May 14, 2024

This summer, the Postal Regulatory Commission will review the regulations that permit USPS to require postage increases twice a year.  NNA needs your help.

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Senator Peters secures pause on changes to Iron Mountain Processing and Distribution Center

May 13, 2024

In letter to Peters, Postmaster General DeJoy commits to pausing some USPS facility changes until 2025

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