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HB 195 - Authorizes Local Governments to Advertise Online in Lieu of Newspaper Publications - Kentucky Key Vote

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Title: Authorizes Local Governments to Advertise Online in Lieu of Newspaper Publications

Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to override a veto and pass a bill that authorizes local governments to advertise online in lieu of newspaper publications.

Highlights:

 

  • Authorizes local governments to post required advertisements online on a website operated by the local government that is accessible to the public at all times (Sec 1). 

  • Requires the local government to publish a one-time advertisement to notify the public that the full advertisement is available online that meets the following requirements (Sec 1): 

    • Be no more than 6 column inches; 

    • Be published within 10 days of the alternative posting on the local government website;

    • Inform the public of the subject matter of the alternative posting; 

    • Inform the public of their rights to inspect documents related to the internet posting; 

    • Provide a mailing and physical address where a copy of the documents may be obtained; and

    • Include the full web address of the advertisement (Sec 1). 

  • Requires local governments to display access to any and all alternative Internet postings on the homepage of the website (Sec 1).

  • Requires local government websites to publish a notice on the website if an error in any publication includes an error or is not published within the appropriate timeline (Sec 2).

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Title: Authorizes Local Governments to Advertise Online in Lieu of Newspaper Publications

Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to override a veto and pass a bill that authorizes local governments to advertise online in lieu of newspaper publications.

Highlights:

 

  • Authorizes local governments to post required advertisements online on a website operated by the local government that is accessible to the public at all times (Sec 1). 

  • Requires the local government to publish a one-time advertisement to notify the public that the full advertisement is available online that meets the following requirements (Sec 1): 

    • Be no more than 6 column inches; 

    • Be published within 10 days of the alternative posting on the local government website;

    • Inform the public of the subject matter of the alternative posting; 

    • Inform the public of their rights to inspect documents related to the internet posting; 

    • Provide a mailing and physical address where a copy of the documents may be obtained; and

    • Include the full web address of the advertisement (Sec 1). 

  • Requires local governments to display access to any and all alternative Internet postings on the homepage of the website (Sec 1).

  • Requires local government websites to publish a notice on the website if an error in any publication includes an error or is not published within the appropriate timeline (Sec 2).

Title: Authorizes Local Governments to Advertise Online in Lieu of Newspaper Publications

Title: Authorizes Local Governments to Advertise Online in Lieu of Newspaper Publications

Title: Authorizes Local Governments to Advertise Online in Lieu of Newspaper Publications

Title: Authorizes Local Governments to Advertise Online in Lieu of Newspaper Publications

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