How a Handful of Court Cases Moved the Line on College Athlete Pay

How a Handful of Court Cases Moved the Line on College Athlete Pay

As the NCAA’s revenue has increased, the debate has intensified over what types of compensation should be considered for college athletes. WSJ explains how a combination of court cases, state legislation, and public pressure are expanding the scope of what it means to be an amateur athlete. Photo: Ronald Martinez/Getty Images
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How new marijuana law affects medical cannabis

(WHAM) – The state's new marijuana law does more than legalize recreational adult-use marijuana. It also expands doctor's ability to prescribe …
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San Francisco ban on sale of fur products survives legal challenges

The plaintiff recounted the role of furs in early trade and noted that Abraham Lincoln wore a stovepipe hat made of beaver fur when he delivered the …
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4 Killed In Shooting At Office Building In California

Police in Orange found “multiple victims” when they arrived at an office complex Wednesday. Two other people were injured in the incident, including the suspect.
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Ex-employee gets 5 years for stealing from law firm

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — A former bookkeeper and office manager at a Rhode Island law firm who previously pleaded guilty to embezzling nearly …
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