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U.S. Women's National Soccer Team forward Megan Rapinoe #15 in action during friendly game against Mexico as preparation for 2019 Women's World Cup in Harrison, NJ U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team forward Megan Rapinoe #15 in action during friendly game against Mexico as preparation for 2019 Women’s World Cup in Harrison, New Jersey

A federal judge has granted certification in a class action alleging that the U.S. Soccer Federation discriminates against members of the U.S. Women’s National Team in pay when compared to the male soccer players.

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Amanda Bronstad

Amanda Bronstad is the ALM staff reporter covering class actions and mass torts nationwide. She writes the email dispatch Critical Mass. She is based in Los Angeles.

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