Circuit Court Declares Texas Book Ban Law Unconstitutional, Barnes & Noble Opening New Stores, LA Public Library Buys a Publishing House, and more

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Big win: Fifth Circuit declares Texas book bans unconstitutional

Anti-book ban bill introduced in New Mexico and Massachusetts, may their efforts succeed

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