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Athens Limestone Library 1 Alabama News
Athens-Limestone County Library Board meeting descends into chaos over book policy

What started out as a normal meeting of the Athens-Limestone County Library Board quickly turned into a chaotic back-and-forth argument between opposing viewpoints on library policy.

Arnold Mooney, Marilyn Lands Alabama News
'If no kids were involved in this situation, we would not be in this situation': House committee moves bill banning drag shows with children present, removing public library obscenity exceptions

The House State Government Committee advanced a bill on Wednesday designed to address the statewide controversy surrounding sexually explicit or obscene children’s books in Alabama libraries.

rush books Alabama News
State library's list of challenged books includes LGBTQ content, Rush Limbaugh, Ben Carson, Amish romance

The list of potentially inappropriate books compiled by the Alabama Public Library Service shows 83 books that state librarians will use to make decisions regarding book purchasing and placement in their local libraries. 

John Wahl Alabama News
ALGOP chairman Wahl calls for pushback against 'Marxist agenda' — 'We are in a battle for the heart and soul of this country'

Alabama Republican Party chairman John Wahl spoke to the Marshall County Republican Women's Club on Thursday, where he laid out his goals for the Republican Party and America.

Autauga County Commission Alabama News
Autauga County Commission fills recent library board vacancies

After a slew of recent resignations, the Autauga County Commission selected three replacement board members for the embattled Prattville-Autauga Library Board of Trustees.

Prattville Library Alabama News
Latest Prattville-Autauga library resignation leaves one original member since drama over sexually explicit books began

After a slew of recent resignations, the Prattville-Autauga library board is left with one original member who’s served since residents first began objecting to sexually explicit books in the children’s section of the public library.