Lawton Oklahoma: Constitution Deals With Newsprint Crisis

by Vicky Smith

The Lawton Constitution subscribers began receiving slimmer-than-usual daily newspapers last week in the wake of a paper supply decrease stemming from a spike in the cost of paper from Canadian manufacturers.

The price soared when a small paper mill in Washington state  recently acquired by a New York City firm  told the U.S. Department of Commerce and the International Trade Commission that manufacturers in Canada have violated trade laws, which permitted them to sell paper to U.S. companies at a lower price than domestic manufacturers.

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