California Becomes First State to Allow College Athletes to Be Compensated

STUDENT ATHLETES AT public and private colleges and universities in California will be allowed to market and profit from their name, image and likeness beginning in 2023 after Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday signed the country’s first pay-to-play law that is expected to have enormous implications on college sports and higher education writ large.

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