Title IX at 50: huge gains for women's sports, but more work to do


As Title IX marks its 50th anniversary, supporters credit the law for sparking more participation, profits and opportunities for women in sports. Critics say a cash-driven NCAA and those who ignore the law stymie growth. (UPI Sport News) More More

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