Landmark law faces new challenges even now
Billie Jean King, blue eyes wide behind her even wider trademark glasses, punches the air in a crowded conference room at ESPN. She references the Connecticut-Oklahoma women's NCAA championship game -- the highest-rated basketball game, men's or women's, in the network's history -- and the gathered employees begin to nod and smile self-satisfied smiles.
But then the woman who has done more for women's sports in America than anyone makes an abrupt left turn. There is more do be done, ...
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