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House Votes for Cuts to FDsys

H.R. 2551, passed by the House of Representatives, would eliminate funding for GPO's Federal Digital System (FDsys).

"Kirsten Clark, the regional depository librarian at the University of Minnesota and the chair of ALA's Government Documents Round Table, said the bill and the subsequent House report betrayed a lack of understanding of the GPO's role as a "great equalizer," that provides everybody access to "the same key documents of our democracy."

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by Amy Crowder
LLAW Government Relations Chair