North Dakota bills take aim at ‘sexually explicit books’ at libraries and stores

Two bills in the legislature are taking on ‘sexually explicit books’. Senate Bill 2123 and House Bill 1205 both take on the topic, and comments provided by the North Dakota Library Association on the topic were direct and against both. At the core of the problem, taking away people’s freedom to choose what information they consume and bill language that makes it difficult to know what books will be captured as sexually explicit.  Get the full story from

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