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2-Month Sentence in Admissions Scandal

June 1, 2021

Mark Hauser, a California insurance and private equity executive, was sentenced last week to two months in prison, a fine of $250,000 and 300 hours of community service in the college admissions scandal. Hauser admitted in September that he paid about $40,000 to have some answers corrected on his daughter's ACT.

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