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State of Pennsylvania NIL Laws: What College Athletes and Sponsors Need to Know

Pennsylvania first brought NIL legislation onto the senate floor back in 2019, with the Fair Pay to Play Act.

State of Mississippi NIL Laws: What College Athletes and Businesses Need to Know

On April 16, 2021, Governor Tate Reeves signed into law Bill 2313, allowing student athletes in the state of Mississippi to receive compensation for the use of their name, image, and likenesses.

State of Oregon NIL Laws: What College Athletes and Businesses Need to Know

On June 29, 2021, the Oregon State Senate and state House approved Bill 5 by 23-6 and 51-7 votes, respectively.

State of Washington NIL Laws: What College Athletes and Businesses Need to Know

The state of Washington is an anomaly amongst the other universities about which we have written because...well, they don’t have an NIL law in action just yet.

State of Texas NIL Laws: What College Athletes and Sponsors Need to Know

On May 28, 2021, the Texas State Senate approved Bill 1385 by a 28-2 vote.

Seven SEC Student Athletes Land Paid Segments On The JBoy Show

Student Athlete NIL (SANIL) worked with Icon Source to broker this deal. Jason Belzer, a former Forbes contributor and managing partner of SANIL, says this deal sets a precedent for future deals in the media space.

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State of California NIL Laws: What College Athletes and Sponsors Need to Know

While the California NIL Law is certainly unique in its own right, one aspect it has over others states is the fact that Lebron James himself hosted the original 2019 bill-signing ceremony.

State of Alabama NIL Laws: What College Athletes and Sponsors Need to Know

On April 20, 2021, Alabama governor Kay Ivey signed into law a name, image, and likeness (NIL) bill, making Alabama the tenth state to join the movement of allowing athletes to receive compensation for NIL.

State of Florida NIL Laws: What College Athletes and Sponsors Need to Know

Despite a flip-flopping senate and multiple changes to potential NIL law, Governor Ron DeSantis signed a law that added Florida as one of the many states joining the movement of allowing athletes to receive compensation for their Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL).

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