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“Librarian” Legislation Introduced in U.S. Congress, The LIBRARIAN Act

Over on our ResourceShelf site, my colleague, Shirl Kennedy, offers a bunch of links to the recently introduced: S. 1121 and H.R. 1877.

News Release:

The legislation co-sponsored by Senators Jack Reed and (D-RI) and Thad Cochran (R-MS), “to address the shortage of librarians in low-income areas across the country.”

Track the Legislation as it Moves through Congress with GovTrack
Bill #’s:

S. 1121 ||| RSS Feed

H.R. 1877 ||| RSS Feed

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