by Barry Smith


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April 12, 2013
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Moving notices to the Internet will hurt public access

Bills in front of the Nevada Legislature would move public notices to the Internet, but they wouldn’t help the public get more access. In fact, the public would get less. We’re all in favor of placing notices on the web — that’s why Nevada newspapers already do so. Many are on the papers’ own sites and on a statewide, searchable site under publicnoticeads.com. Just plug ‘Nevada public notices’ into Google and you’ll see the Nevada Press Association’s statewide site right at the top. Nobody disputes that a lot of newspaper readership now occurs online, and that in some places there …

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