Support for Congress' Probe of Baseball and Steroids When the House Government Reform Committee begins its hearing on steroids in baseball on Thursday, Commissioner Bud Selig plans to be ready to testify. Many observers in baseball and politics are asking if it's really appropriate for Congress to jump into the steroid scandal right now. Our commentator says it's exactly what Congress should be doing.
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Support for Congress' Probe of Baseball and Steroids

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Support for Congress' Probe of Baseball and Steroids

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When the House Government Reform Committee begins its hearing on steroids in baseball on Thursday, Commissioner Bud Selig plans to be ready to testify. Many observers in baseball and politics are asking if it's really appropriate for Congress to jump into the steroid scandal right now. Our commentator says it's exactly what Congress should be doing.