I don't see why not. After all, there is a handy "Print" button on a lot of pages. I'm not sure what exactly US Copyright Law states (the Wikipedia page is linked below) but as long as you don't do egregious things such as make tons of copies or post the text onto your own site without referring to the source, I think you should be fine.
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To do so, simply use the on-screen "print" function, as Lauren mentioned, and then go ahead and make copies as needed.
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