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NCAA athletes could get paid under new California bill

CBS News Tuesday, 1 October 2019
California Governor Gavin Newsom signed a new bill that will allow NCAA college athletes to hire agents and seek endorsements. The move is already being disputed by the NCAA, which says it will destroy the league. National football writer for CBSSports.com, Dennis Dodd, joined CBSN AM to explain what it means for future athletes.
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