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Students Sue U.S. Colleges In Admissions Scandal

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Students Sue U.S. Colleges In Admissions Scandal

Students Sue U.S. Colleges In Admissions Scandal

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Hollywood actress Lori Loughlin was dropped by a TV network and her daughter lost a sponsorship deal on Thursday, while students sued prestigious universities in growing fallout from a massive college bribery scandal.

A person walks by the Trojan Shrine at University of Southern California in Los Angeles, California, U.S., March 13, 2019.

REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni Crown Media Family Networks, the company that owns the Hallmark cable channel, cut ties with Loughlin, its “Garage Sale Mysteries” star, after she was charged in the scandal, it said on Thursday.

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