State Library Revival

The following editorial appeared in the Thursday, December 05, 2002 edition of the Seattle Times...
\"As state officials jiggle trees to find money to plug the anticipated $2-billion budget deficit, they should shake the Washington State Library lightly. The state library already went through the ringer when Gov. Gary Locke proposed its elimination to meet last year\'s budget shortfall. Library supporters, including some lawmakers, rallied to save the library, albeit with a new boss, a smaller budget, leaner staff and a keener mission.\" Read More.

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