City Council Votes Against Filters in the San Jose Public Library

LibrarianInBlack – “I am jubilant to report that last night, near midnight after 4 hours of debate, the San Jose City Council voted 8-3 against implementing filters in the public libraries.  In addition, the proposal voted for requires that before filters should be considered in the libraries, other child safety budget priorities must be met first (such as fully funding crossing guards as well as police sexual exploitation and crimes units, and restoring the libraries' open hours to their 2000 levels).”

Comments are closed.

© Copyright 2014, Information Today, Inc., All rights reserved.