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Congress Creates Super Federal Library Agency

DATELINE WASHINGTON, DC APRIL 1, 2015 Washington, DC. In a rare show of bipartisanship, the Senate passed the controversial Federal Library Agency Act (FLAA) on a nearly unanimous voice vote, sending it to President Obama for his expected signature.
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