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Harold Schiffman hfsclpp at
Thu Sep 4 16:37:07 UTC 2008

 1. Some LPGA Sponsors May Back Out Over English-Language Policy
By Jon Bois
Saying it was "flabbergasted" by the Ladies Professional Golf Association's
new policy requiring "effective communication in English on the part of all
of our Tour members," State Farm is urging the group to reconsider — or the
insurer ...

2. Civil Rights Groups Oppose LPGA Discrimination
Civil Rights Organizations Condemn LPGA English Policy Opposition Mounts to
Discriminatory LPGA Language Policy. SACRAMENTO – Representing millions of
Americans, several leading civil rights organizations have joined Senator
Leland Yee ...
Pacifica Riptide -
3. The Patti Rizzo Story
By The Constructivist(The Constructivist)
Unless they roll out the welcome mat to their international peers, the
LPGA's standing as the best women's tour in the world could be in jeopardy
over the next decade, particularly if their tour's language policy provides
incentives for ...
Mostly Harmless -

4. 5903: LPGA Needs Policy Interpreter.
By HighJive(HighJive)
"Much of the criticism of our policy has centered around the LPGA's penalty
for players who do not meet the minimum language threshold. The penalty is
meant to underscore the importance of this issue to the LPGA's long-term
business ...
MultiCultClassics -

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