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    Among the week's headlines: Why "one louder" might best describe the ALA's upcoming list of most challenged books; a conservative group is vowing to continue its legal battle against libraries and information providers; and, more movement on the open access front.

  • The Week in Libraries: March 29, 2019

    Among the week's headlines: Copyright reform passes in Europe; a bill to restore net neutrality advances in the U.S.; and librarians in South Carolina want answers after two library managers mysteriously found themselves unemployed following a controversy over a Drag Queen Story Time.

  • The Week in Libraries: March 22, 2019

    Among the week's headlines: ALA officials urge library supporters to contact their local reps to save federal library funding; CCPL's Sari Feldman announces her retirement; and a federal court boldly finds fair use where Star Trek meets Dr. Seuss.

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    ALA officials said the president's budget proposal was discouraging, but the bipartisan support in Congress over the past two years gives library supporters "reason to hope.”

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    Among the week's headlines: OCLC releases an impressive list of the library world's most widely held novels; Texas school librarians score a major victory in the legislature; and more on the University of California's decision to walk away from Elsevier.

  • The Week in Libraries: March 1, 2019

    Among the week's headlines: a new bill in California aims to strengthen consumer privacy protections; in Texas, school librarians have been cut out of a bill providing educators with a long overdue pay raise; and in a major development, the University of California has terminated its Elsevier subscription.

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