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New Missouri house bill could disallow NCAA from investigating, punishing schools for NIL activity
A new house bill in the state of Missouri is making additional changes to the state’s name, image and likeness (NIL) policy that may have immense ramifications in the immediate future. Last Wednesday, House Bill 417 was passed, awaiting final approval from Gov. Mike Parson (R). If approved, the legislation will allow coaches and school…
North Carolina, Virginia become latest states to allow high school athletes to profit off NIL
On Wednesday, both North Carolina and Virginia finalized legislation allowing high school athletes to profit off their name, image and likeness. This makes them the 27th and 28th states, plus Washington D.C., to adopt NIL legislation for high school athletes. RELATED: New Arkansas bill to allow high school athletes to monetize their NIL “As we…
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Oklahoma state NIL bill calling for various revisions to policy receives overwhelming approval
A Oklahoma senate bill introduced in late January 2023 was passed earlier this week, marking an important change in the hopes of both keeping the state more competitive in recruitment, as well as further support for the state’s student-athletes. Senate Bill 840, proposed by State Senate majority leader Greg McCortney, included revisions to the state's…