Defiant Dancers Protest Japan's `Footloose' Laws

June 25 (Bloomberg) -- A crackdown on dancing might seem the least of Japan's troubles right now but the issue has still made it all the way to Parliament. Japan's 'Let's Dance' movement has collected 150,000 signatures in its petition to change some bizarre laws governing dancing, which have resulted in recent prosecutions. Paul Allen has more. (Source: Bloomberg)
Couple Launches Roommate Matching Service for Refugees
43:51 - Today’s "BWest Byte" is 200,000, for the number of Middle East refugees currently seeking asylum in Germany. Bloomberg's Emily Chang reports on "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)
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