Oakland Tribune editorial: Assembly Bill 438 is an anti-library measure
Oakland Tribune - “IN EACH legislative session in Sacramento, there is a flood of ill-conceived bills that deserve quick vetoes by the governor. Assembly Bill 438 is one of them. With the prolonged economic downturn, which has hit California particularly hard, cities have been forced to make painful reductions in spending. Among the leading targets are libraries, which often have their hours severely cut back in order to make funds available for basic government services. In some instances, libraries or branches have been closed to save money.”
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