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Benefits All Of Wisconsin's K-12 Library Programs
Madison - Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen participated today in a ceremony at the State Capitol along with State Treasurer Dawn Marie Sass and Secretary of State Doug La Follette as a Commissioner in the state's longest serving agency, the State Board of Commissioners of Public Lands as they presented $35.3 million to the Department of Public Instruction to assist with Wisconsin's K-12 library materials.
The $35.3 million dollar distribution is the largest in agency history.
A photograph of today's ceremony courtesy of Brent Nicastro and a copy of Attorney General Van Hollen's remarks from today may be viewed at:
A copy of the Board of Commissioners of Public Lands Press Release from today may be viewed at:
For information about the Board of Commissioners of Public Land, upon which the Attorney General fills a Constitutional role as a Commissioner, please visit: