After Losing Court Battle, Raleigh-Durham International Airport Introduces Newspaper Racks

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By: Bruce Siceloff |

After losing a six-year First Amendment fight and paying more than $900,000 in legal bills, Raleigh-Durham International Airport this month introduced a new, old-fashioned customer amenity to the passenger concourse: coin-operated newspaper vending boxes.

Travelers now can buy USA Today, The New York Times and The News & Observer from news racks in four locations near airline gates on the Terminal 2 concourse, and in five other spots around the airport. The Herald-Sun of Durham is expected to go on sale there, too, in coming days.

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