Miami’s 70-year-old free law library may shut its doors next year if the Miami-Dade County Commission approves a recommendation from its budget department that would cut a third of the library’s funding.

The beleaguered library has suffered deep cuts in budget and staff over the last two years, but the county’s proposed withdrawal of $330,000 could be a fiscal death blow, according to stewards of the library.

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