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Senators Continue To Press For Equal Pay For U.S. Women's Soccer Stars

Two U.S. Senators are again wading into the equal pay fight between the U.S. Women’s National Team and soccer’s American governing body, and this time they are seeking information on one of the more opaque and contentious aspects in the dispute. In a Wednesday letter addressed to Don Garber, the commissioner of Major League Soccer and the chief executive of Soccer United Marketing, or SUM ? the private company that markets and sells commercial and broadcast rights for the U.
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