October 2005
Weekly Reader News - Senior;10/21/2005, Vol. 84 Issue 7, p4
Focuses on the steroid scandal in the Major League Baseball in the U.S. in 2005. Results of a drug test conducted on baseball player Rafael Palmeiro in July 2005; Reasons behind the use of steroids by athletes; Remarks from U.S. Representative Christopher Shays (R-Conn.) on penalties being imposed on athletes who used steroids; Information on the Clean Sports Act introduced by U.S. lawmakers.


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