Public Notice Bill introduced within first 30 minutes of Kentucky General Assembly

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Just minutes into the opening day of the 2020 General Assembly in Kentucky, a Public Notice Advertising bill was introduced that, if enacted, would move all public notices from Kentucky newspapers to local government websites.

In today's issue of "On Second Thought," Kentucky Press Association Executive Director David Thompson writes: "Rep. Miller had said about a month earlier, in an interim committee of the House and Senate State and Local Government committees, that he thought it was time to move those ads into the digital era. Of course, KPA has had the digital era in mind since 2010 when it created www.kypublicnotice.com. It serves the double purpose of newspapers printing public notices in the paper while moving into the digital era with those same notices appearing on the worldwide web."

Read more about this public notice bill from KPA

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