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States Poised to Let College Athletes Profit Off Their Name and Likeness



By Laura Olson | June 7, 2021 | Georgia Recorder

WASHINGTON — A seismic shift will rock college sports next month, when a handful of new state laws go into effect allowing student athletes to make money off their personal images.

It’s been against the rules governing collegiate sports for stu...

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  1. What about the parents? Why are the kids being allowed to get paid, before the parents get paid back all the money they have spent getting the kids prepared for college? You see there are ALWAYS two sides to every coin, and these decisions are being made off the back of kickbacks for the other people involved, ( sports agents, etc.) not the parents.

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