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Request to Remove Library of Congress Classification Amendment

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SALALM joins the American Library Association (ALA) in respectfully urging the House Appropriations Committee to remove the “Library of Congress Classification” Amendment from Legislative Branch Appropriations Legislation. Read the full letter here.

 

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