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Posted by: Leaky
April 20, 2002, 01:48 PM

By Monday, Harry Potter books will be back on Springfield school library shelves. Last month, more than 650 copies of the best-selling children’s books were put on reserve — behind library counters at all 53 district schools — as a committee reviewed a grandmother’s complaint that the series taught witchcraft. “I’m making the decision to put the books back," said Associate Superintendent Emmett Sawyer, who supervised the review process. “We realize this has been a controversial issue.”

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