Interview: UVM librarian awarded for work on USA Patriot Act

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A University of Vermont librarian was honored last month for helping to create a bill that would scale back provisions of the USA Patriot Act. Trina Magi received the Vermont Library Association’s Sarah C. Hagar Award and the Hugh M. Hefner I Amendment Award. Mitch Wertlieb talks with Magi, who says she became concerned that the Act would compromise the constitutional rights of library users.

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