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May 12, 2022

Conservative parents in Florida, under the guidance of Ron DeSantis's anti-book stance, are trying to have library apps banned. John Iadarola and Aida Rodriguez break it down on The Damage Report.
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"E-reader apps that became a lifeline for students during the pandemic are now in the crossfire of a culture war raging over books in schools and public libraries.
In several states, apps and the companies that run them have been targeted by conservative parents who have pushed schools and public libraries to shut down their digital programs, which let users download and read books on their smartphones, tablets or laptops.
Some parents want the apps banned for their children, or even for all students. And they’re getting results."
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