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U.S. Soccer, women's team agree to tentatively mediate lawsuit after Women's World Cup

Newsday Saturday, 22 June 2019
The federation and representatives for the players confirmed the agreement, first reported in the Wall Street Journal, to pursue mediation following the Women’s World Cup.
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News video: U.S. soccer agrees to mediation with women's team over unequal pay

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Reuters reports the U.S. Soccer Federation has agreed to mediation with the women’s national team to resolve complaints in a lawsuit over equal pay. U.S. Soccer’s lawyers in a letter on Monday agreed to participate in mediation following the conclusion of the women’s World Cup on July 7.

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