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2010 Missouri Financial Outlook
Ad Layout Tips, NAA
Affidavit of Publication
Auto Advertising - Dealer Manual
Clarity in Advertising
Election Ad Rules - print
Election Notices MO Statutes
Fax — Do not fax federal law
Campaign Regulations, FEC
Housing Unacceptable Ad Language - HUD
Housing Word List, FHA
I want to know PASS
I want to know SAU
Legal Notice Statute
Political Ad Disclaimer - Federal
Political Advertising reasons
PostIt Note Advertising - Mail Regulations
Rise in video advertising
Below is a link to the state regulations which pertain to liquor advertising in the State of Missouri, as they exist at the time this link was created. Because this is a link to a site outside the control of the Missouri Press Association, MPA takes no responsibility as to whether or not the information contained at the subsequent site is current or correct. To view Missouri regulations and statuses, click here.
Members of MPA may make this site available to their advertisers who have questions regarding liquor advertising in print publications; however, no newspaper should attempt to provide recommendations to its advertisers as to whether or not any ad submitted for publication is legal or permissible for the advertiser to publish.
Any advertiser who has questions about the legality of what they are seeking to advertise should seek advice from their own legal counsel in order to protect their liquor license and their right to continue to do business in this highly-regulated area within state law.
Tuesday May 3rd
Monday May 2nd
Celebrate the 240th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence with a new feature from Missouri Press and The Missouri Bar! Take advantage of your schools' final weeks in session by publishing the feature in May in celebration of Law Day, or use it any time leading up to Independence Day in July. To access the half-page feature, visit http://mo-nie. Link
Friday April 29th
After 36 years of exceptional service, Doug Crews celebrated his final week as the Missouri Press Association executive director. Link