Paula Casey is executive director of the Arizona Newspapers Association.
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This is a "no brainer." We need both newspaper notice and internet notice.
Newspapers get 'edited' too often. A nice straight post would be appreciated.
I'm a generally very involved resident, yet this is the first I've ever heard about publicnoticeads.com. Any chance that the newspaper websites would link to this site so that those of us who don't get the paper version can stay informed? Most people, I would bet, don't even know enough to care about public notices.
The only people who care about these public notices are people who either work for newspapers or already have online access to these notices. Newspapers are dying off because they have ceased to report the news. Instead they have chosen the path of bias and propaganda. They ignore news that doesn't support their biased view or right out lie or report it in such a way that supports their view point even when the real facts don't. People like Dale love the papers because they tend toward his liberal/socialistic view point. I wonder what percentage of likely voters ever read one of these liberal rags. Probably a very low percentage. Even that percentage probably has better sense that to get any further into the liberal rags but the comics and the crossword puzzles.
After the latest bill failed to pass through the Senate, do you feel there will be any more attempts at mandating more background checks for gun purchases?
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