Supreme Court makes it harder to sue NCAA

Richey, Warren
February 1999
Christian Science Monitor;2/24/99, Vol. 91 Issue 61, p4
Reports that the United States Supreme Court made it more difficult to sue the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). Application of a law banning sex bias in educational programs receiving federal aid; Importance of the 1972 anti-bias law, Title IX; Impact of decision for private membership organizations; Effects on student athletes; Opinion of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.


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