State aid cuts could chop free Internet service from libraries across the state. The Press of Atlantic City reports that the aid cuts would force libraries to cut back as well. Free Internet service appears to be one area that could have to do. Record numbers of people are using libraries these days. The report says that libraries would be receiving $3.7 million, which represents a 74 percent cut. Other services would likely be cut, like magazine subscriptions to the Cape May County Library system, according to the report.