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U.S. labor board calls Northwestern athletes 'employees' in memo on 'unlawful' social media restrictions

A 15-word footnote by an associate general counsel for the National Labor Relations Board has added to the long-running debate over whether college football players are employees. The six-page advice memorandum issued last month called restrictions Northwestern placed on how football players used...
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