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.
The group that began expressing concern over adult content in children’s books at the Prattville-Autauga Library is displeased with the recent decision by the Autauga County Library Board to require children under 16 to be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Recently, adults gave the green light to blue material. It's happened repeatedly in Alabama, but Prattville is the only place elected officials have shaken hands with what's wicked.
The Autauga County Commission has approved a resolution allowing the county’s legal team to submit a request to Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall for a legal opinion in battling controversial books in the Prattville-Autauga Public Library.
If we don’t take a stand and fight for our children, who will? It’s obvious it won’t be your local leadership.
The Autauga County Commission is considering receiving an opinion from Attorney General Steve Marshall regarding legal remedies in the ongoing battle over books containing sexually explicit material for minors at the Autauga-Prattville Public Library.
Tensions flared at a Tuesday Prattville City Council meeting, which led to an interruption from council president Lora Lee Boone, asking a local resident not to describe the content of one of the books in the library.
The Prattville-Autauga Library board of trustees voted on a replacement library director as well as rule changes for public participation in public board meetings as debate continues on the inclusion of LGBTQ+ books for minors.
The Prattville-Autauga Public Library is holding a special meeting of the board of trustees to replace the recently-resigned library director.
The battle over LGBTQ+ children’s books at the Prattville-Autauga Library continues as opponents read excerpts from the contentious books at a city council meeting.
The number of parents protesting the inclusion of a number of LGBTQ+ children’s books at the Prattville Autauga Library is growing, with no signs of stopping.
The Prattville Library board of directors went against the recommendations of the library committee and has decided to slightly change the designation of several LGBTQ+ children's books and move them to a higher shelf.