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Union leader: Multibillion-dollar NCAA antitrust settlement won’t slow efforts to unionize players


“With this settlement, the NCAA continues to do everything it can to avoid free market competition, which is most appropriate in this case,” said Chris Peck, the president of the local that won the right to represent Dartmouth men’s basketball players – a first for a college sports team. “The attempt at a revenue sharing workaround only supports our case.” (Associated Press)

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Union leader: Multibillion-dollar NCAA antitrust settlement won’t slow efforts to unionize players


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