Former Arkansas Sen. Jason Rapert appointed to state's library board
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) Former Arkansas Sen. Jason Rapert was appointed to the states library board by Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Monday.
Rapert replaces Joan ONeal and his term will expire on October 18, 2029.
The appointment comes as parents and Arkansas libraries have been challenging a law passed earlier this year that restricts access to books in public libraries. The law was temporarily blocked after a district judges ruling in July.
The law, also called Act 372, would have prevented the distribution of library books deemed obscene to minors and allowed library employees to face criminal penalties for distributing books considered harmful to children.
Comment: I wonder if he will outlaw public liberries in Arkanstan?
Maybe a list of allowed books and magazines. After all there is no constitutional right to libraries and books
all personal freedoms. You know, voting, learning, soon assembly will be banished.
Now log into Pornhub.
Take away phones and computers. Dont burn books.
Is a no-no.
My family moved out of Hope almost 70 years ago and never looked back.