Missed It: Lost Girls Pulled From National Library Story Finally Works Its Way Into Country's Media
The story in question is here. There's a reasonable attempt for an article of this type to survey the issues landscape and describe some of the basic positions staked in how the library should process the Melinda Gebbie/Alan Moore work: the notion that it is a challenging work, the fact that a significant part of the distress felt is that the library is self-censoring. It does seem without a complaint driving the move that it becomes one of those driven by the vaguer-than-one-might-hope-for application of broad ideas. It's also one of those things where I imagine one can sympathize with the difficulties involved in having that kind of work shelved without wanting to back away one step from having it shelved. But hey, some works are harder to facilitate than others.