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Friday, December 8, 2023 | Back issues
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LGBTQ children’s books

FORT SMITH, Ark. – A federal judge refused to dismiss a First Amendment suit challenging the constitutionality of a county library’s decision to remove all books with LGBTQ themes from the children’s section and place them in the adult’s section with a prominent color label. Even though children may still check out books from the adult’s section, library users may still be able to show the policy is a burden to their access to these books.

Read the ruling here.

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