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National Library Workers Day

As part of the ongoing National Library Week celebration, today has been designated National Library Workers Day.

Utah's libraries employ hundreds of people - more than 1,000 in public libraries alone. Without those workers, libraries would merely be buildings with books and computers - it's the people who make the institutions come alive.

I would like to express my appreciation to the team at the Utah State Law Library for their dedication to our cause: providing access to legal information for all Utahns. Thank you for your hard work.


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