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December 5, 2014 at 12:28 PM

Round-up: UVA sexual assault story called into question, Minn. OKs transgender sports policy

Story of sexual assault at UVA called into question (The Washington Post): Rolling Stone magazine is backpedaling on a lengthy story it published about an alleged gang rape at a University of Virginia fraternity. The magazine issued a statement Friday saying it had uncovered “discrepancies” in the account of the alleged victim, who is standing by her story.

Minnesota high-school sports league OKs transgender policy (Star Tribune): The Minnesota State High School League voted Thursday in approval of opening up girls’ sports to transgender athletes. State law there already allows girls to compete on boys’ teams.

Lawsuit targets Medicaid consultants that worked with school districts: The state Attorney General’s office filed a lawsuit Thursday that accuses Wenatchee-based JT Educational Consultants of filing tens of millions of dollars in false Medicaid claims on the behalf of dozens of school districts.

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