California Schools Can Now Legally Pay Players

California Gov. Newsom And CA Attorney Gen. Becerra Hold News Conference Responding To Trump Revoking State's Emissions Waiver

While it won't start until 2023, California governor Gavin Newsom signed into a law a bill that will let players get paid for their name and likeness and image.

From USA Today:

“I don’t want to say this is checkmate, but this is a major problem for the NCAA,” Newsom said as he conducted the signing on Uninterrupted's "The Shop" with LeBron James. “It’s going to initiate dozens of other states to introduce similar legislation, and it’s going to change college sports for the better by having now the interest finally of the athletes on par with the interests of the institutions. Now, we’re re-balancing that power arrangement.”

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While Bianchi says he likes the bill, he also made a point as to why he may not like it, "

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