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By Bob Hohler
Globe Staff / April 17, 2005

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Either Major League Baseball rids itself of amphetamines as part of its campaign against steroids or Congress may intervene, according to lawmakers on the House committee investigating the sport's drug policy. (Full article: 623 words)

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