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California bill will allow NCAA athletes to get paid

CBS News Tuesday, 29 October 2019
California made history Monday by becoming the first state in the country to allow college athletes to get paid for their name and image, while still attending school. Governor Gavin Newsom signed the bill into law, allowing student athletes to hire agents and sign endorsement deals. Matt Norlander, CBS Sports senior writer, has more on what this means for the future of college sports.
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