Baker: Lack Of NIL Law Could Kill Division III Athletics
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OCTOBER 18, 2023 | written by STEVE ULRICH
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1. Baker: Lack Of NIL Law Could Kill Division III Athletics
by Jeremiah Poff, Washington Examiner
“NCAA President Charlie Baker urged a Senate committee Tuesday to adopt legislation establishing a national standard for name, image, and likeness for college athletes, warning the absence of regulation could kill programs at smaller schools.
Baker, a Republican who served as governor of Massachusetts from 2015 to 2023, was one of seven witnesses who testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee on the need for a national regulation on name, image, and likeness, which allows college athletes to sign endorsement and sponsorship deals.”
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