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NLRB Ruling Frees College Athlete Twitter, Opens New Avenue To End Amateurism

For today, a recent memo sent out by the National Labor Relations Board means Twitter users will be treated to the unfiltered thoughts of private school college athletes; for the future, it means those athletes might actually get their just due. Read more...
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