Congress calling league heads to Washington
WASHINGTON -- The commissioners and union leaders for professional sports leagues keep tweaking -- or offering to tweak -- their drug-testing policies. And lawmakers keep hauling them back to Capitol Hill, looking for more.
This time, Major League Baseball chief Bud Selig wanted some backup.
Career home run leader Hank Aaron and four other baseball Hall
of Famers planned to accompany Selig to a Senate Commerce Committee
hearing Wednesday, the latest in a series of sessions ...
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