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Gov. Gavin Newsom on Why He Wants College Athletes to Get Paid

NYTimes.com Tuesday, 1 October 2019
Tuesday: A conversation with the governor about the N.C.A.A. Also: California’s role in the impeachment process, and tributes to Bruce Bochy.
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News video: Gov. Walz Willing To Consider Paying College Athletes

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California passed a first-in-the-nation law that would allow college athletes to hire agents and make money from endorsements. Now, Minnesota Governor Tim Walz says he's also open to the idea, Reg Chapman reports (2:11). WCCO 4 News At 5 – Oct. 2, 2019

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