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In recent years, there has been increased controversy surrounding content available to minors in public and school libraries. Some have accused libraries of providing material that is “obscene” or “harmful to minors.” Library workers follow the policies of their library, which are determined by the library’s board of trustees, and all applicable state and federal statutes and laws. In this informational webinar, we’ve invited University of Idaho Law Professor Benjamin Cover to put these issues in legal context, by summarizing U.S. Supreme Court decisions on obscenity and other First Amendment issues related to libraries.


All who register for this event will receive access to the live event as well as a link to the recorded version.

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