ABOUT NPRRA/GAC Blog Use

Commenting and Posting:

Anyone can make comments on our blog posts, but you must first log in as a registered user (see below for registration instruction).  We encourage comments that further the dialogue  by introducing new information or perspective to current posts.  Comments must be “approved” by a blog administrator before they will be published. We attempt to review and approve comments on a daily basis.  We require registration as a spam prevention measure. If you would like to become a Contributor who can write and manage posts, please contact the Government Affairs Committee at gac@nprra.org.

We encourage member and non-member participation for items that fall within the framework of our mission and we are happy to post links to pertinent articles hosted at external websites.  Feel free to alert us to any such article, whether it’s your own or by someone else. We will always properly credit the source of external articles.

 

Registering and Logging in:

To register simply send a request to gac@nprra.org supplying your preferred username. We will generate a unique password that will be emailed to you, which you can change or update at any point. We attempt to approve registration requests the same day we receive them.

Anyone spamming or  attempting to post inappropriate content will have registration privileges revoked.

 

Password Protected Posts:

Certain posts may have password protection enabled. This means that viewing is restricted to NPRRA members only. Members may obtain the password for any protected post by contacting NPRRA.  We will simply verify your membership and will then provide the password.

* Also note – NPRRA members may communicate matters outside the public realm via posts to NPRRA Listserv or via private discussion forums available to NPRRA members at our website. No communication posted in such forums will be made public via this blog without the express consent of the posting party.

 

No posts or commentary provided in this blog may in any way be construed or relied upon as legal advice. NPRRA does not provide legal advice. Any views or opinions expressed within the articles and comments posted here are solely the views and opinions of the specific authors and not necessarily the views and opinions of NPRRA.

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