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The Fargo Public Library’s adult section contains books with titles including “The Way it Works,” “Irresistible” and “365 Sex Positions,” all of which are available to library patrons of any age. R-rated movies are also available for check out even if a child isn’t old enough to see the film in theatres. Photo by Nick Wagner / The Forum

Robin Huebner Reports: You may be surprised what kids can access at area libraries

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FARGO - A complaint about a teen listening to profanity-laced music on a public library computer has prompted questions about what kids can and cannot access at their local libraries.

In the recent case at the Barnesville, Minn., public library, a teen’s headphones were not fully plugged into the computer, causing another patron to hear what was considered to be “offensive” music.

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Robin Huebner

Robin Huebner is also a 5 p.m. news anchor on WDAY-TV.

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