California governor signs ‘Fair pay to play’ law for college athletes

The law allows college athletes to earn money from endorsement deals but the NCAA still forbids players from accepting compensation.
0:18 | 09/30/19

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Transcript for California governor signs ‘Fair pay to play’ law for college athletes
The game changing decision for college athletes in California governor Gavin Newsom would LeBron James on the HBO show uninterrupted. Signing the fair pay to play act into law. Allowing college athletes to earn money from endorsement deals and the use of their names that puts the state on a collision course with the NCAA which bars players accepting any compensation.

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