House members as 'upset at the end' as the beginning
WASHINGTON -- Major League Baseball, take note: Congress will be keeping a close eye on you.
Far from satisfied after an 11-hour hearing about steroids, lawmakers said Friday they will consider drawing up legislation to make changes to baseball's drug-testing policy if the sport fails to act on its own.
"Management and the players never stepped up to the plate,"
said Rep. Henry Waxman, D-Calif. "It became clear that baseball
remains in denial about the scope of the problem ...
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