Public Notices

Public Notice Resources

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*Editorials may be republished with proper attribution

Don’t take away Floridian’s access to Public Notice
Jim Fogler, President and CEO, Florida Press Association

What the loss of public notices means to you
Jim McGauley, The Baker County Press

Legislators: consider repercussions of legal notice bills
Hernando Sun Editorial Board

Keep Florida’s public notices out in plain sight
The Herald-Tribune Editorial Board

Why legal notices should stay in newspapers
Tampa Bay Times Editorial Board

We Must Continue Fight to Protect Public’s Right to Maintain a Vigilant Eye on their Elected Officials
Dominic M. Calabro, President and CEO, Florida TaxWatch
Former Sen. Pat Neal, Chairman, Florida TaxWatch



Talking Points: Why Public Notices Should Be in Newspapers
Updated: Feb. 27, 2020
Florida Press Association

Talking Points: HB 7 Will Have These Negative Effects
Florida Press Association

First Amendment Foundation letter to Rep. Fine
Feb. 10, 2020

Legal Notice is Essential to Open and Transparent Government in the Sunshine
First Amendment Foundation

Best Practices for Public Notice
Public Notice Resource Center