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Dani Izzie at her home in rural Virginia. More than a decade ago, she slipped in the bathroom and suffered a spinal cord injury that has left her unable to walk. She works as a social media manager for Spinergy, a company that makes high-performance wheels for wheelchairs. Greg Kahn for NPR hide caption

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Many Are Replacing Disability Checks With Paychecks

The nation's disability rolls swelled during the Great Recession. But more disabled people are now finding work, and employers are more willing to make allowances, thanks to the tight job market.

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Dani Izzie at her home in rural Virginia. More than a decade ago, she slipped in the bathroom and suffered a spinal cord injury that has left her unable to walk. She works as a social media manager for Spinergy, a company that makes high-performance wheels for wheelchairs. Greg Kahn for NPR hide caption

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Many Are Replacing Disability Checks With Paychecks

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Like Gold Zémaria
Speaking Terms Snail Mail
Fall Equinox Max Ananyev
Tropicana Hurlee
Brand New Day Project Sandro

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One LA Community Where Folk And Rock Converged

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This Nov. 30, 2014, image made from video released by Loujain Alhathloul, shows her driving in the United Arab Emirates toward the border with Saudi Arabia. Her siblings have visited the United States this week to receive an award in her honor and to raise further awareness of her case. Loujain Alhathloul/AP hide caption

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'Won't Give Up': Siblings Of Jailed Saudi Women's Rights Activist Speak Out In U.S.

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My Wild West Overture Lissie
Flatiron Suzanne Kraft
Go Sadness Shout Out Louds
(No One Knows Me) Like the Piano Sampha
Brace Yourself Les Savy Fav
Sapori (Original Mix) Gallo (Berlin)
Silence [Bag Raiders Remix] [*] The Ting Tings
Territory The Blaze

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