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Texas school librarians reviewing hundreds of books for 'obscene or vulgar text'

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San Antonio school district librarians are reviewing more than 400 books, making sure they are age-appropriate for your children after receiving a letter from Republican Representative Matt Krause asking districts across Texas to review and remove 850 books he claims could "make students feel anguish, or any form of psychological distress because of their race or sex.”