October 6, 1993
Vol. 13, Issue 05
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Some of the nation's top high school basketball players may have endangered their eligibility to play this season by participating in a competition sponsored by the Nike Corporation in Oregon last month.
A commission appointed by the New York State Board of Regents warned last week of a "developing crisis'' in the state's public and private higher-education systems.
As she launched the Administration's drive to sell its health-care-reform proposal by testifying before several Congressional committees last week, Hillary Rodham Clinton emphasized the need to provide all Americans--particularly young ones--with high-quality, affordable care.
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