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Topic - John Nauright
His aides wanted to delete it from his speech, and President George W. Bush was mocked by ESPN and Meryl Streep for it afterward. But when he used his 2004 State of the Union address to raise the issue of steroids in baseball, it boosted the issue to the top levels of politics.
Finally, Republicans and Democrats have found grounds for bipartisan agreement: It's time to get the regular NFL referees back on the field.
Mr. Nauright said there is a good chance the leagues eventually would have cleaned up on their own, thanks to pressure from fans who want to know that the game and its records are legitimate.
For now, he said, Congress is likely to take a wait-and-see approach.