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"Ed Donahue, a federal judge in Oakland California rules against the NC double A in an antitrust suit. Saying college football and basketball players should be allowed more compensation from schools, but only if it's tied to education, those who sued and the so-called Austin cases wanted much more. They had asked the judge to lift all caps on compensation and allow the creation of a free market and paying athletes. This is AP radio news. On this International Women's Day. Members of the US women's national soccer team, go to court the twenty eight members of the current women's player pool filed a civil rights action in Los Angeles federal court, alleging institutionalized gender discrimination. But the US soccer federation. They say they make about thirty eight percent of what their male counterparts are paid."