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Budget cuts in San Bernardino could shutter libraries




Norman F. Feldheym Public Library, San Bernardino, CA
Norman F. Feldheym Public Library, San Bernardino, CA
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Almost two years after filing for bankruptcy, San Bernardino is facing a $22.8 million deficit.

Now, in an effort to balance the budget, city officials are proposing some unprecedented cuts that could force the city to close its branch libraries, shutter some fire stations, and lay off more city employees. San Bernardino Sun reporter Ryan Hagen joins the show with more.