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Library budget cuts put book borrowing at risk

Wareham librarian Marcia Hickey aided Katelan Murphy, 11, with a selection. Last month, Wareham lost its certification. Wareham librarian Marcia Hickey aided Katelan Murphy, 11, with a selection. Last month, Wareham lost its certification. (VINCENT DEWITT FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE)
By Eric Moskowitz
Globe Staff / March 16, 2009

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WAREHAM - At a time when libraries are more popular than ever, residents in cities and towns across Massachusetts risk losing many of their borrowing rights as communities consider cutting library budgets below minimum levels set by the state. (Full article: 1066 words)

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