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Women Hope To Sway Justices By Speaking Out About Abortion Experience

On Wednesday, the Supreme Court will hear what is being called the most significant abortion case in decades. In an effort to sway the justices, namely Justice Anthony Kennedy, women are sharing their personal experiences with abortion in briefs to the court. Among them is Ohio State legislator Teresa Fedor. She speaks with NPR's Audie Cornish about why she's telling her story now.

In Germany, Aging Companies Look To Refugees

Last year, more than a million refugees entered Germany after fleeing hardship and war. This year, Germany is expected to spend at least 14 billion euros — or more than $15 billion — helping those refugees. It's expensive for taxpayers, but there may be upsides for the German economy. The surge in young workers could help German companies replace their retiring workers.


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