Law & Policy: Governing Bodies
Setbacks in Minor League Sports
by Andrew Cohen July 2001
Professional sports leagues have become accustomed to good news. Oh, there are the occasional black eyes - players in trouble with the law, renegade owners, labor disputes - but the pro realm hasn't had a truly life-or-death struggle on its hands in a number of years. Even in an age of upwardly spiraling ticket prices, most of the established leagues remain exceptionally healthy, no matter what accounting firms hired by the owners say.
'Amateur Athletics At Its Finest'
by Andrew Cohen May 1997
Within the overwhelmingly successful state games movement, some states have triumphed while others have struggled to keep the flame lit.