Cindy Crawford: Magic City Marketplace

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UAB’s graduation exercises this weekend were mostly free from protests over the school’s decision to end its football program, although UAB President Ray Watts did not speak or shake graduates’ hands. Much anger has been aimed at him for the decision, but there’s still plenty of debate about the underlying issue — money. We hear about that in this week’s Magic City Marketplace.

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