Congress doesn't waste time; hearings scheduled already

Originally Published: December 13, 2007
By Mike Fish | ESPN.com

WASHINGTON -- Capitol Hill politicians reacted swiftly Thursday to former Senate Majority Leader George J. Mitchell's report on steroids in baseball, calling for another round of congressional hearings aimed at steering the owners and players to adopt his recommendations for dealing with the scandal.

Mitchell, who headed the 20-month probe of the game's so-called steroid era, had no sooner left the podium at a New York hotel than joint leadership of the House Committee on Oversight and ...

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