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Some wealthy parents cut deals, others fight on in college admissions scandal

BOSTON –– In a busy week in the college admissions scandal, some accused parents have decided to cooperate with prosecutors.

One couple who balked, however, were indicted with an added charge of money laundering, indicating that the government is ready to wield more charges as leverage.

The question is how many will continue to fight - and whether those who cooperate are providing information that authorities could use to build more cases.

Some legal experts have

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