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High Court OKs Family Leave Act, Coercive Interrogations

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High Court OKs Family Leave Act, Coercive Interrogations

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High Court OKs Family Leave Act, Coercive Interrogations

High Court OKs Family Leave Act, Coercive Interrogations

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The Supreme Court upholds a federal law that allows state workers to sue for financial damages when they are denied unpaid leave to care for sick family members. In another ruling, the court rules a police officer did not violate the rights of a wounded suspect who was not read his Miranda rights and was questioned while being treated for life-threatening wounds. Hear NPR's Nina Totenberg.

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