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The rich buying names on college buildings is 'legal bribery,' Gov. Gavin Newsom says

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - California Gov. Gavin Newsom said Friday that the college admission scandal extends beyond the recent charges against rich parents buying entrance to elite colleges and suggested it should include the "legal bribery" of billionaires buying naming rights on university buildings.

The governor

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