Sen. Jack Reed (D-RI) submitted a statement to today’s Congressional Record, highlighting the importance of the passage of he Museum and Library Services Act of 2010, which he said represents a national commitment to “the institutions that are essential to building strong and vibrant communities.”
Reed also commends the American Library Association for developing thoughtful recommendations and working with Congress to improve library services across the nation.
Reed’s full statement as it appears in the Congressional Record can be seen here.
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