One of the three people responsible for deciding to charge seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong with blood doping violations happens to be Minneapolis attorney Clark Griffith.Griffith, 70, is the son of former Twins owner Calvin Griffith. This winter, Griffith resigned from his law schoo ... More >>
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