Alabama the Latest State to Introduce Own NIL Bill

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Name, image and likeness legislation continues to be introduced across the United States.

Alabama joined in recently, with state representative Kirk Hatcher announcing Monday that he has introduced a bill that would “allow student-athletes in Alabama to receive compensation for the use of their name, image and likeness while playing college sports and create a guaranteed college and university supported monetary fund awarded to student-athletes.”  

“After all, we know many student-athletes, frankly, help generate millions of dollars for athletic programs across the country. This legislation will ensure all student-athletes will get a financial reward for playing college sports,” said Hatcher in a statement, according to Yellowhammer News.

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