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Hawaii libraries

HONOLULU — A federal court in Hawaii dismissed a woman’s lawsuit against the state for allegedly providing porn to minors through the public library system. Her claims that children are abused at libraries are not backed by factual allegations, and she does not have standing because she brings the claims on behalf of more than 168,000 minors, whom she does not name nor does she have a relationship with.

Read the ruling here.

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