BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Idaho Republican lawmakers are forming a working group to study allegations that Idaho libraries are making explicit materials available to minors. The Idaho Press reports the Senate Republicans announced the plans for a working group over the weekend. The group will include eight lawmakers and representatives from the Idaho Commission for Libraries and the Idaho Library Association. The allegations came from some right-wing lawmakers who objected to what they said was pornographic material. They cited examples that came mostly from the adult section of libraries as well as some teen memoirs and a sex education book made available to kids over age 10.
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