Another hurdle for library to jump

Indy Star – “Limping along as it may be from revenue shortfalls and budget cuts, the Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library has been clearing political hurdles with Olympian ease.

Whether that means gold at the end of the day is another question.

A bill to give the library system a share of county income taxes has passed the Indiana House and Senate unanimously, and is expected to win the governor’s signature. In February, the City-County Council likewise voted as one to ask the General Assembly for permission to add the libraries to the list of recipients.”

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