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My understanding from the article is that the Governor wants the link removed, not the librarians. Legally, quite a different picture.

"The government has opened a public forum by including links to websites. When government opens a forum, it can regulate it in terms of time, place and manner, but not in terms of content."

Librarians employed by the state of South Dakota may not regulate the State Library's Web site "in terms of content"? What absolute nonsense!

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