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Yesterday, the Senate held a special hearing about new findings that major league baseball players used illegal,muscle-building drugs in their careers. Several major U.S. sports figures attended, and urged for random tests. But neither Congress nor baseball leadership could make guarantees, especially since the players' union opposes random testing. NPR's Tom Goldman reports.



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