U.S. Olympic Committee Member Resigns

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A second high-ranking committee member quits over inaction against USOC's chief executive officer. The committee's ethics compliance officer, Patrick Rodgers, leaves saying CEO Lloyd Ward should have been sanctioned for conflict-of-interest violations. NPR's Tom Goldman reports.

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