By and  on July 16, 2012

WASHINGTON — The controversy over the U.S. Olympic Committee’s outfitting of American athletes in Chinese-made uniforms and apparel took another twist on Monday as a group of nine Democratic senators followed through on a pledge to introduce legislation that would require the USOC to outfit the U.S. team in clothing made in America for all future Olympic games.

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