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Gregg Clifton Discusses Implications of California's Pay-To-Play Bill

Gregg Clifton discusses the implications of California's Pay-To-Play Bill that pushes college athlete compensation on "'California Bill Seeks 'Fair Pay to Play' for College Athletes,'" published by KQED News.

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