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Nearly one year after a consent decree over gender equity in women's sports was approved, Quinnipiac University is finding it will cost more than $5 million reached in settlement.
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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton would trump the rest of the presidential field among Ohio voters in 2016, as New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie "is stuck in traffic with other leading Republican contenders," a new poll said.
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