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Think Progress: How Five Decades Of Legal Birth Control Have Changed Americans’ Lives

For women’s health advocates, Griswold v. Connecticut represents a landmark case that helped establish lasting legal precedent about privacy and reproductive health. And the decision’s 50th anniversary on Sunday serves as a reminder of all the ways in which legal contraception has changed Americans’ lives.

Star Tribune: Franken finds sandwich shop’s noncompete rule ridiculous

Evidently Jimmy John’s doesn’t want its employees using their “freaky fast” sandwich-making skills at other sandwich shops. The company, along with some other retailers, requires low-wage workers to sign agreements which specify that they will not work for competitors if they leave their jobs.

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