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Stories About How the Library Services and Technology Act Is a Good Thing

Often the most effective way of proving a point is to tell a story illustrating that point. The American Library Association (ALA) Washington Office uses statistics and stories to prove to elected officials how the legislation they enact and fund reaches their communities effectively. Stories help to illustrate the answer to the question "Why fund libraries?" We need both the stories and the statistics.

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