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Pennsylvania school district adopts policy to remove ‘sexualized content’ in libraries

Summary by Ground News
The Central Bucks School Board voted to approve a controversial new library policy. The new policy will allow the board to control what books are allowed in their libraries based on sexual content. Critics argue that the policy goes too far and would result in classic books getting banned. Librarian Chris Kehan said she believes the decision to pass the policy despite staunch opposition shows that the school board isn't valuing the public's opinion.

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