Congress now wants to investigate before steroid hearing

Originally Published: January 7, 2008
By Lester Munson | ESPN.com

Demanding depositions from Roger Clemens, Brian McNamee and the other potential witnesses, the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform has taken its investigation of steroid abuse in baseball to a significantly more serious level. Instead of staging a couple of hours of political theater, House members are now pursuing a thorough inquiry.

The bipartisan decisions to postpone the hearing from Jan. 16 until Feb. 13 and to take sworn testimony from each witness in advance ...

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