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Wheelchair track and field athlete sues MSHSL

KARE 11 reports that 15-year-old Rose Hollerman feels it is discrimination to not be allowed to compete alongside other athletes. The Minnesota State High School League says it is mostly an issue of safety that prohibits the Waterville-Elysian-Morristown High School sophomore from racing against other runners.
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KARE 11 reports that 15-year-old Rose Hollerman feels it is discrimination to not be allowed to compete alongside other athletes. The Minnesota State High School League says it is mostly an issue of safety that prohibits the Waterville-Elysian-Morristown High School sophomore from racing against other runners.

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