Seems like a good storyline for a novel:
The Brunswick County Board of Education is considering forming a community media advisory committee. During a policy meeting on Tuesday, the board discussed clarifying current policies on book challenges.
The community committee would advise the board should a book challenge be appealed, and curriculum directors will provide an additional summary of each book on the eleventh and twelfth grade AP English reading list for the year.
If I'm reading that correctly, the proposed committee would only take action if somebody appeals a challenge. If that means what I think it does, that all somebody has to do is challenge a book to get it removed from the reading list, and the only way to stop that is for someone else to come forward in defense of said book, then we have a much deeper problem than previously thought.