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FROM THIS EPISODE

This week, stories of people who didn't make the rules, but must apply them. The owner of a Hawaiian
island adapts rules originally set in the nineteenth century—and not everyone is happy with her
interpretation. A judge in a suburban New Jersey wants the people who come before him to see the
rules as fair even if they resent their punishments. And other stories.

Learn more or listen again to this week's episode.

Photo: The Hawaiian island of Niihau

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Host:
Ira Glass

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