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Libraries protect the freedom to read

Local librarians support new measures to provide materials 'without fear'

Staff Picks are shown displayed side by side on shelves at the Bellingham Public Library.
Staff Picks are shown at the Bellingham Public Library. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Rebecca Judd, Rick Osen, Christine Perkins, Rodney Lofdahl Guest Writers
In the United States, the freedom to read is granted to everyone. It is protected in the First Amend
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