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Legal Action Roundup: Ladies' Night, Hugging

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Legal Action Roundup: Ladies' Night, Hugging

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Legal Action Roundup: Ladies' Night, Hugging

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A judge in New York threw out a suit against ladies' night. Roy Den Hollander claims that cheap drinks for women discriminate against men. His case came before a female judge, who told him to get lost. In Iowa City, Iowa, a cop told a drunken man to get lost. The 21-year-old said the officer looked like he needed a hug. The cop warned him off. But even though it caused his arrest, Luke Schreder bravely gave that hug.

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Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep, with updates from the party scene. A judge in New York threw out a suit against ladies' night. Roy Den Hollander claims that cheap drinks for women discriminate against men. His judge was a woman, who told him to get lost. In Iowa City, a cop told a drunken man to get lost. The 21-year-old said you looked like you need a hug. The cop warned him off. But even though it caused his arrest, Luke Schreder bravely gave that hug. You're listening to Morning Edition.

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