The U.S. House on Wednesday passed a bill sponsored by U.S. Sen. Jack Reed that would help libraries and museums upgrade their technology so Americans can use them to meet “learning, educational, and workforce development needs.”
The full Senate unanimously passed the Museum and Library Services Act of 2018 (S.3530) on Dec. 4.. Now it goes to President Donald Trump to sign.
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Librarians usually like things quiet, but I hope they give themselves a big, loud cheer tonight bc they helped pass my Museum & Library Services Act (S. 3530) to help #libraries & #museums upgrade technology, better serve their communities, & boost our educational infrastructure.
— Senator Jack Reed (@SenJackReed) December 20, 2018