New Jersey weighs plan to fine libraries, schools for banning books

New Jersey public libraries and schools could be fined or lose state aid for removing controversial books from their shelves under a Democratic-sponsored proposal that critics say would trample on parental rights. 
Several states across the country have recently adopted legislation that would allow students to attend any school of their choice.

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