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Thursday, March 17, 2005

Baseball in Congress

Congress is holding hearings today on the steroid issue that has enveloped baseball. Most of the stars called to testify will plead the fifth ammendment, including Jose Canseco, who basically opened the door for this issue. Canseco has previously admitted using and in jecting steroids with other players, as stated in his new book "Juiced". Bud Selig defended MLB's steroid policy, even though it is clear to everyone that it fostered steroid use from the 80s until now. Good job Selig!!

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WASHINGTON - Commissioner Bud Selig defended Major League Baseball's drug-testing policy against withering attacks Thursday from lawmakers who called the penalties too light and progress on steroids too slow.
"Baseball did nothing over the years," said California Rep. Henry Waxman (news, bio, voting record), the ranking Democrat on the House panel holding a hearing on steroids in the sport.
Selig Defends Baseball's Steroid Policy

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