Half of state's library to be transferred to Nova

The Sun-Sentinel Says Gov. Jeb Bush, who has proclaimed reading a top priority, apparently is moving ahead with plans to break up the 150-year-old State Library and move much of the massive collection from the state capital to a private university in South Florida as a budget cutting move.

"I'm very angry," said Marti Boles, a semi-retired medical equipment researcher from Southwest Ranches. "They're going to all get destroyed in the humidity down here. We've got mold in all the schools."

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