California bill could allow athletes to make money off their likeness

The California Assembly has overwhelmingly passed legislation to allow college athletes to earn income for the first time from their names, images and likenesses.
0:29 | 09/11/19

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California's now step closer to letting its college athletes make money the state legislature today passed a bill. That would allow college athletes to hire agents and be paid for the use of their name and image now that legislation was only passed in the assembly at this point. The NCAA. Had warned the bill could mean California universities could be in eligible for national championships. The California senate must now take on this bill and a final vote is expected by Friday.

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