Florida Law libraries working around budget shortfalls

News From Florida: Treasure Coast law libraries are dipping into reserves and using an on-call librarian to keep serving patrons.

Because of a state law that went into effect last summer, some law libraries across the state were forced to make major cutbacks this past year — and Palm Beach County's is now on the brink of shutting down. But Martin and St. Lucie's weathered the first year under the law, which changed their source of operating money, without making significant downgrades or cutbacks.

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