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Tariffs on imported newsprint are a potentially crushing blow to local newspapers and their communities

The Trump administration recently imposed two tariffs of up to 32 percent on uncoated groundwood paper imported from Canada, or newsprint — the paper on which LNP and other American newspapers are pri... read more

EDITORIAL: Allies in newsprint tariff fight are much appreciated

That being said, newspapers ... their communities and is sometimes one of the only ways to access information about local government, economy and community activities. “The petitioner’s claim that the ... read more

GUEST EDITORIAL: Paper tariffs deal a blow to economy

And that is one of the reasons newspapers are concerned about the tariffs imposed on a certain type of paper imported from Canada into the United States. Known as uncoated groundwood paper, the produc... read more

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Editorials from around Pennsylvania:

Without local ... communities they serve for a long time. But these tariffs have the potential to be crushing. As the San Francisco Chronicle's editorial page editor, John Diaz, wrote in May, "Newspri... read more

OUR VIEW: Allies in tariff fight appreciated

That being said, newspapers ... their communities and is sometimes one of the only ways to access information about local government, economy and community activities. “The petitioner’s claim that the ... read more

Georgia editorial roundup

Recent editorials from Georgia newspapers: The tariffs on Canadian newsprint have wreaked terrible unintended consequences on America's community newspapers, the source of local news for millions ... ... read more

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EDITORIAL: Paper tariffs deal blow to the economy

And that is one of the reasons we are concerned about the tariffs imposed on a certain type of paper imported from Canada into the United States. Known as uncoated groundwood paper, the product is use... read more

Editorial: Paper tariffs deal a blow to economy

The National Catholic Reporter quoted Bishop David Zubik of Pittsburgh, who said: "As the publisher of the second-largest circulated newspaper in western Pennsylvania, I oppose these newsprint tariffs ... read more



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