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Christine Johnson, children's librarian at the Denver Public Library, places one of the library's Spanish-language books on the shelf in the downtown branch Aug. 18 in Denver. The growth in Spanish-speaking populations across the U.S. has triggered controversies for libraries as critics say taxpayer money should not be used for illegal immigrants or on proposals to promote languages other than English.

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