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Georgia made it easier for parents to challenge school library books. Almost no one has done so
When Allison Strickland urged a suburban Atlanta school board in June to remove four books from school libraries, she was following a path cleared by Georgia’s Republican lawmakers. But after the bitterly debated Georgia law took effect Jan. 1, The Associated Press found few book challengers are using it. One key element restraining complaints: The law only allows parents of current students to challenge books.
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