Letter Publications acquires Criminal Justice Funding Report from Congressional Digest.
Criminal Justice Funding Report (26x, $278/year) subscribers will receive Letter Publications' Criminal Justice Reporter (24x, $258/year) for the balance of their subs.
Nothing that he was pleased that his former subscribers will now be receiving Criminal Justice Reporter, Griff Thomas, president of CDC, also said, "As it has since 1921, Congressional Digest Corp. will continue to provide impartial views of controversial issues through Congressional Digest, Supreme Court Debates, International, and Pro & Con Online."
Sid Goldstein, president of Letter Publications, said, "I believe this acquisition helps Criminal Justice Newsletter solidify its position as the preeminent resource of its kind. CJN--as we call it--has been published since 1970, and I personally have been its publisher since 1984. We are pleased to have the opportunity to fulfill subscriptions to Criminal Justice Funding Report and look forward to serving that publication's subscribers."
Letter Publications also publishes the following titles in criminal justice and substance abuse treatment: Corrections Journal, Drug Enforcement Report, Substance Abuse Letter, and Criminal Justice Drug Letter--in addition to Transit Access Report, which covers accessibility and mobility issues in public transportation.
Letter Publications, 7910 Woodmont Ave., #800, Bethesda, MD 20814, 301-718-1770, fax 301-718-1770, email@example.com
Congressional Digest Corp., 4417 East West Highway, #400, Bethesda, MD 20814, 301-634-3113, fax 301634-3189, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.congressionaldigest.com
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|Date:||Sep 8, 2006|
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