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The Wisconsin Assembly voted 68-28 November 13 to approve legislation (AB 169) that requires public libraries to disclose to parents the titles of books, CDs, and tapes their children under 16 have checked out. The Senate had passed its own version of the bill (SB 128) November 4.
However, Gov. Jim Doyle said he has not yet decided whether he will sign the bill into law or veto it, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported November 13. Doyle had taken no action as of mid-December.
Rep. Marlin Schneider (D-Wisconsin …