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Alabama Legislature moving to repeal 2021 NIL law
May be the shortest term law in history.

Quote:“It’s just a straight repeal of what we did last year,” sponsor Rep. Kyle South, R-Fayette, told Alabama Daily News. “We were thinking that the NCAA last year was going to go in one direction and they ended up adopting basically a different rule that was kind of a blanket for everybody.

“And it left us in a place where our state law was more restrictive than what the NCAA adopted,” South said.

https://www.aldailynews.com/lawmakers-mo...1-nil-law/
01-13-2022 03:09 PM
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RE: Alabama Legislature moving to repeal 2021 NIL law
Texas A&M showed him who had a bigger wallet03-lmfao
01-13-2022 04:03 PM
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