Senator's letter to MLB, union decries drug policy
WASHINGTON -- When Major League Baseball announced a new drug-testing policy two months ago, the supposed get-tough approach was hailed on Capitol Hill.
But on the eve of testimony before a House committee from some of the sport's biggest stars, members of Congress criticized the plan after getting a chance to read the fine print.
Sen. John McCain, who in January said the agreement "appears to be a significant breakthrough," changed course Wednesday.
"I can reach no conclusion, ...
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