Publicity pamphlet

1.A pamphlet which, in some States of the United States having the initiative or referendum, is mailed to the voters to inform them as to the nature of a measure submitted by the initiative or referendum. The pamphlet contains a copy of the proposed law and arguments for and against it by those favoring and opposing it, respectively.
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An official publicity pamphlet for 14-year-olds choosing their options lays out the potential earnings for graduates with various qualifications.
Before the strike broke out the paper's editor-in-chief, Claude Gravel, resigned, stating he would not turn the paper into "a publicity pamphlet.
Tenders are invited for provide printing and mailing services for the city clerk election publicity pamphlets on an as needed basis.