Bill to end legal notice requirement in newspapers advances

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Legislation to end the requirement that state agencies and local municipalities publish legal notices in newspapers headed to the full House on Thursday.

The House State Affairs Committee approved the measure that would eliminate a source of income for Idaho newspapers.

Republican Rep. Jon Weber sponsored the bill that has appeared in various forms in previous years but ultimately failed. Weber said the bill is needed

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Bill to End Legal Notice Requirement in Newspapers Advances | Idaho News

By KEITH RIDLER, Associated Press

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Legislation to end the requirement that state agencies and local municipalities publish legal notices in newspapers headed to the full House on Thursday.

The House State Affairs Committee approved the measure that would eliminate a source of income for Idaho newspapers.

Republican Rep. Jon Weber sponsored the bill that has appeared in various forms in previous years but ultimately failed. Weber

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Digital era calls for managers to don several hats in post-COVID world; vaccine is not sole requirement



a blurry image of a person: Global thinkers predict that work from home and learn from home will become permanent features of the future on account of the social distancing practices.


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Global thinkers predict that work from home and learn from home will become permanent features of the future on account of the social distancing practices.

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U.S. Government Backs Down On In-Person Requirement This Fall

Harvard University sued the federal government to block sa proposed rule change that would have required foreign students to take some in-person classes this fall. File photo

Coronavirus cases are climbing across the country. Multiple states have sued. Universities, from the big names to the small, have voiced their opposition, and in some cases gone to court.

Now the government of Donald Trump is backing down from a rule change

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