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Atlanta officials bidding for the 1996 Olympics offered perks to children of members of the International Olympic Committee, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported today.

Atlanta organizers helped the sons and daughters of IOC members get into Georgia colleges, offered to help them find jobs and paid for trips to New York and Disney World, the newspaper reported. Documents detailing the perks were found among boxes of records examined by the newspaper.

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