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Uniform testing in plans

Government control opposed by Tagliabue

By Bob Hohler
Globe Staff / April 28, 2005

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Vowing to curb the spread of steroids, key congressional leaders yesterday announced they would launch a landmark initiative to shift control of testing for performance-enhancing drugs from professional and collegiate sports to the federal government. The move signals the end of a decades-long reluctance in Congress to aggressively intervene in American sports. (Full article: 1090 words)

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