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The Case of the Older Dancer

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The Case of the Older Dancer

The Case of the Older Dancer

The Case of the Older Dancer

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NPR's Scott Simon talks with Rebecca Willis of Marshall, North Carolina and her attorney, John Sasser. Willis sued the town of Marshall in federal court after the town banned her from regular town-sponsored social events at the Marshall Depot. The town alleged that Willis danced inappropriately at the gatherings. A federal magistrate ruled last week that the town's ban on Willis was unconstitutional.

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