A new law will allow governments and others in Guilford County to publish public and legal notices on the county’s website, rather than in a newspaper as required under current law.
A new law will allow governments and others in Guilford County to publish public and legal notices on the county’s website, rather than in a newspaper as required under current law. Colin Campbell ccampbell@newsobserver.com
A new law will allow governments and others in Guilford County to publish public and legal notices on the county’s website, rather than in a newspaper as required under current law. Colin Campbell ccampbell@newsobserver.com
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New NC law hits newspapers, evades Gov. Cooper’s veto

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