(1) An agency may enter into agreements to secure the private publication of public
information brochures, pamphlets, audiotapes, videotapes, and related materials for
distribution without charge to the public and, in furtherance thereof, is authorized
(a) Enter into agreements with private vendors for the publication or production of
such public information materials, by which the costs of publication or production
will be borne in whole or in part by the vendor or the vendor agrees to provide additional
compensation in return for the right of the vendor to select, sell, and place advertising
that publicizes products or services related to and harmonious with the subject matter
of the publication.
(b) Retain the right, by agreement, to approve all elements of any advertising placed
in such public information materials, including the form and content thereof.
(2) Any public information materials produced pursuant to this section and containing
advertising of any kind must include a statement providing that the inclusion of advertising
in such material does not constitute an endorsement by the state or the agency of
the products or services so advertised.
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