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Today, a federal judge in Boston handed down the toughest sentence yet in the college admissions scandal. As Carter Evans reports, prosecutors say one parent's actions really stood out among all of those charged. Of all the parents swept up in the college admissions scandal, prosecutors say Douglas Hodge was especially active. For nearly a decade, they say he paid Rick Singer, mastermind of the fraud, $850,000 to get four of his children into Georgetown and USC as phony athletic recruits, and he...
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