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Sixty-six percent of colleges are checking to see if prospective students have criminal records, and many are using that data to determine whether to admit them, a practice that unfairly penalizes minorities, says the Center for Community Alternatives.
In May, the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference, which governs the state's high school sports activities, came up with a rule that penalizes coaches whose teams stomp all over their opponents.
The splitting of revenue is another issue since it penalizes the large-market clubs, which, in turn, would have less money to spend.