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Friday, February 03, 2006

Columbus Metropolitan Library Wins "Barefoot" Appeal

In a case that has been dragging on since 2001, the Columbus (OH)
Metropolitan Library won a decision in the 10th District Court of Appeals
that upheld the library board's adoption of a patron code of conduct that
included a prohibition against bare feet. The court stated, "Furthermore,
because the prohibition against bare feet in the library is related to
governmental interests of protecting barefoot library patrons from
documented hazards within the library and preserving the economic
well-being of the library, we cannot conclude that the prohibition against
bare feet in the library is unreasonable."

Later

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