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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Louis Stout
National Amateur Athletic Union president Louis Stout, who sought to foster a "culture of safety" with the implementation of several reforms, died Sunday at age 73, the organization said.
The new president of the Amateur Athletic Union said Wednesday the organization will give complete access to two independent task forces established to review child safety protocols, policies and procedures in the wake of child sex abuse allegations against the AAU's former president.
"The new recommendations are not because we suspect anyone, but rather because we expect everyone to do their part to create a strong, new culture of safety," Stout said in June.
Shortly after turning over the allegations to authorities, Stout promised full access in implementing the task force reviews and said he had confidence that AAU acted decisively in cooperating with police.