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NCAA delays rule on jobs for athletes

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (AP) - Fearful of widespread cheating, the NCAA on Wednesday delayed for one year a plan to allow college athletes to hold part-time jobs. Known as Proposition 62, the right-to-work rule was narrowly adopted by Division I schools last January and hailed as proof that athletes finally gained a voice in NCAA policymaking. It was supposed to take effect this month. But a newly formed board of college presidents, in its first major action, said more study was needed on the "complexities of the issue."
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