Legislators mull pulling legal ads from newspapers
TRENTON - Thursday, December 15, 2016
Richard Vezza, center, editor and publisher of The Star-Ledger, testifies at a Legislative hearing on bill S2855/A4429, an update of a six-year-old proposal that would allow government agencies and municipalities to post notices on websites rather than printed newspapers. At left is Steve Parker, owner of New Jersey Hills Media Group and at right, New Jersey Press Association attorney Tom Cafferty.
(Michael Mancuso | For NJ.com)
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