Last November, voters in rural Douglas County, Oregon were faced with a simple choice: raise property taxes by a few dollars a month per household, or close down their entire library system. They voted against the tax increase, so over the past few months, all 12 of the branches in the county shut their doors.
VICE News was there when the last library closed.
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