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U.S. Rep To Hold Briefing On Economic Effects Of NFL Lockout
Published March 2, 2011
Neither the NFL nor the NFLPA have asked Jackson to hold the briefing, but both sides have been contacted to participate in the briefing, Stout said. A list of attendees has not yet been finalized, Stout said. Stout: "It is not technically a hearing, it is a briefing that is being initiated by the Congresswoman. She is leading an investigation on the ripple effect that a lockout would have on those connected to the teams either directly or through a related business."