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"And Another Thing..." podcast--Sept16, 2019

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The California‚Äôs State Assembly and Senate unanimously passed{ } "The Fair Pay to Play Act" on September 10, 2019 allowing NCAA student-athletes to be paid for their name, image and likeness. The bill is yet to be signed by California's Governor, Gavin Newsom. The legislation spurred a quick response from the NCAA who issued a letter to Newsom urging him not to sign the bill into law, which he is expected to do. (photo: KOMO News)

Some exit polling from last week's North Carolina duel Congressional special election and what it could mean in the 2020 Presidential election, the election turned some strongly Democratic counties (in No. Carolina) into slightly Democratic as the two Republicans emerged victorious. A Heisman Trophy winning former NCAA football player vocally objects to new California law that would allow NCAA players to be paid for their name and likeness.



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