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California to let college athletes be paid in blow to NCAA rules

Reuters Monday, 30 September 2019
California cleared the way on Monday for college athletes to profit from brand sponsorships and endorsement deals, as Governor Gavin Newsom signed legislation making it the first U.S. state to give them that potentially lucrative opportunity.
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The governor of California on Monday signed a bill permitting college athletes in that state to be paid, going against the NCAA. Freddie Joyner reports.

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