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Editorial: Chicago Public Library ends fines, a boost to its mission to be free to all

Chicago is about to become the largest city in the United States to abolish most types of library fines, ending a practice that opponents say drove away low-income people who most need their local library and who can least afford to pay financial penalties.

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