Al Dia is littering my neighborhood Open

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Issue ID:

9111

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m Streets

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trash

Description

The Dallas Morning News distributes a weekly spanish language paper called the Al Dia. This paper is distributed free of charge to neighborhoods with statistically latin populations. These yellow papers litter the streets, and mostly go unread. I want to stop this unnecessary waste of resources, and clean up the street from this marketing campaign on behalf of the Dallas Morning News.


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