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ALA Looks at “173 Days of Congress” and What’s Ahead | ALA Annual 2019

Declare Funding Independence | BackTalk

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Marrakesh Treaty in Action

Federal Library Authorization Act Signed Into Law

Senate Postpones Vote on Independently Nominated Copyright Head

ACRL, ALA, ARL and Education Organizations File Amicus Brief in Support of Net Neutrality

Congressional Think Tank Catches Flak Over Public Access Plans

Artist, Senator Propose $50M Endowment for Rural NM Libraries

Oregon Governor Fires State Librarian

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Federal Budget Compromise Keeps—and Boosts—IMLS Funding

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Net Neutrality Concerns Spark Criticism of ALA Madison Award Pick

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Marrakesh Treaty Bill Introduced

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Save Government Information! | Peer to Peer Review

Compass Reading: IMLS’s 2018–22 Strategic Plan Sets a New Tone | Editorial

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Museum and Library Services Act of 2017 Introduced in Senate

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Kansas City Public Library Raises Minimum Wage for Employees

ALA Launches Policy Corps

House Approves IMLS, LSTA, IAL Funding for FY18

GPO Requests Recommendations to Update Federal Deposit Library Rules

OITP’s Report from the Swamp | ALA Annual 2017

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Q&A with Kathi Kromer, ALA Washington Office Associate Executive Director

New Bills Would Let President, not Librarian of Congress, Name Copyright Register

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Open Carry in Play for Nevada Libraries

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The Politics of Being a Trustee

EU Court: Treat Ebooks like Print Books

The Right to Link is Challenged Under EU Law

Why LC Should Drop Illegal Aliens | BackTalk

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MA Center for the Book Complete Funding Loss Reversed

Library of Congress Drops Illegal Alien Subject Heading, Provokes Backlash Legislation

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North Carolina Librarians, Library Associations React to HB2

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Defending Inclusion | Editorial

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Library Advocates Fend off Kansas Legislative Threat

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Wisconsin Law Validates Library Use of Collection Agencies

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Bill in MI Would Limit Info to Voters; Librarians Protest

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A Win for All: With ESSA, Libraries Make Solid Gains | Editorial

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MO 2016 Budget Drops Aid to Libraries Almost 80 Percent

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Library Associations Spearhead New Copyright Coalition

Illinois Internet Screening in Public Libraries Act Meets with Opposition

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ALA, ARL Applaud FCC Vote on Net Neutrality

Susan Hildreth on Life After IMLS

Judge Dismisses Lawsuit by Removed QL Trustees Who Sought Reinstatement

AB 609: California Leads on Open Access to Publicly Funded Research

New Proposed Legislation Requires Public Disclosure for New York City Libraries

Court Reverses Ruling on Publishers vs. Georgia State E-Reserve Case

Collective Impact | Q&A with Susan H. Hildreth

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Queens Library CEO Galante Placed on Administrative Leave

State Tweak to Seed Library Rules Ignites Debate

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NYC Mayor Appoints First Replacement for Dismissed Queens Trustees

SC Libraries Seek To Override Trespass Bill Veto

Coasters Speak Louder Than Words | One Cool Thing

KY Legislature Won’t Fix Library Funding

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Ryan’s Proposed 2015 Budget Would Eliminate IMLS

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Where the President’s Budget Would Leave Libraries

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FCC Takes Another Swing at Net Neutrality While Netflix Agrees To Pay for Faster Streaming

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A Gift from the U.S. Congress to the People of America | Advocate’s Corner

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Making FERPA Fit When We Flip | Peer to Peer Review

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IMLS, NARA, and Library Of Congress Closed During Government Shutdown

Reed Adds Library Amendment to Immigration Bill

What Governmental Big Data May Mean For Libraries

The Downside of Being Universally Liked | Advocate's Corner

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California Open Access Bill Clears Committee

Sequestration and the New Reality for the Federal Budget Process | Advocate’s Corner

Working the Halls of a Typical State Legislature | Advocate's Corner

Bill To Reform Presidential Library Funding Reintroduced

FASTR Aims to Speed Open Access to Government-Funded Research

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Top Four Things Library Supporters Can Do To Make a Difference | Advocate's Corner

WILL Act Reintroduced in House

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Library Associations Brace for First Sale Fight with Owners’ Rights Lobby Effort

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New Mexico Bond Bill Would Fund Academic Collections

After Courts Reject Library Card as Voter ID, Memphis Appeals Requirement

Kirtsaeng v. Wiley | Backtalk

Update: CA Creates Free Digital Textbook Library

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Bill Would Let Librarian of Congress Accept Gifts

Library PAC Will Back Local Ballot Questions

Michigan Libraries Seek To Curb Guns

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NYC Politicians Urge State to Ban Sex Offenders from Library Children’s Rooms

Fair Use Panel Cautions Against Adopting Georgia State Ruling as Definitive | ALA Annual 2012

Report: Six Month OA Mandate Would Cut Journal Subscriptions By Almost Half

Open Access Petition Passes 25,000 Threshold

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Update: LA Enacts Library Sex Offender Ban

ACRL Urges Librarians to Sign Research Access Petition

Academic Librarians Could Be Better Lobbyists | From the Bell Tower

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After Funding Veto, Florida’s Library Cooperatives Stretched Thin

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Are You Being Watched? | From the Bell Tower

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Hawaii Passes Bill To Allow Unaffiliated Friends Fundraising

Hathi Trust, Library Associations Dispute Author’s Guild Motion

Library Advocate Opposes ACTA Before European Parliament

Update: Seattle Council Approves Putting Library Levy to a Vote

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Co-Sponsors Sign On to Federal Research Public Access Act

Author’s Guild Seeks Partial Judgment on Hathi Trust’s Fair Use

Scholarly Publishers Oppose FRPAA

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Elsevier Backs Off RWA Support; Still Opposes Mandated Open Access

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Appeals Court Finds Library Sex Offender Ban Unconstitutional

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President Obama’s 2013 Budget Keeps Library Funding at Current Level

No Increase in GPO 2013 Budget Proposal

Brown Proposes Zero State Funding for California Public Libraries for Second Year in a Row

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Weathering the IP Storms | Peer to Peer Review

Supreme Court Upholds Law Restoring Copyright to Some Public-Domain Works

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GPO Names Acting Public Printer, Issues Assurances About FDLP, FDsys Despite Budget Cuts

As COMPETES Act Is Signed into Law, 'Wait-and-See' Is the Attitude on Further OA Legislation

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