Calif. bill calls for revenue sharing with college athletes


              Baylor President Linda Livingstone, the chairwoman of the NCAA's Board of Governors, speaks during the NCAA Convention, Thursday, Jan. 12, 2023, in San Antonio. A California lawmaker introduced a bill Thursday, Jan. 19, 2023,  that would require schools that play major college sports to pay some athletes as much as $25,000 annually, along with covering the cost of six-year guaranteed athletic scholarships and post-college medical expenses. (AP Photo/Darren Abate)
            
              FILE - Sen. Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley and state Sen. Steven Glazer, D-Orinda slap palms in celebration after her measure to let athletes at California colleges hire agents and sign endorsement deals was approved by the Senate in Sacramento, Calif., Sept. 11, 2019. A California lawmaker introduced a bill Thursday, Jan. 19, 2023, that would require schools that play major college sports to pay some athletes as much as $25,000 annually, along with covering the cost of six-year guaranteed athletic scholarships and post-college medical expenses. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli, File)
            
              FILE - Democratic Assembly members Chris Holden, of Pasadena, left, and Autumn Burke, of Marina del Rey, shake hands after the wildfire bill they co-authored, with Assemblyman Chad Mayes, R-Yucca Valley, was approved by Senate committee in Sacramento, Calif., Monday, July 8, 2019. A California lawmaker introduced a bill Thursday, Jan. 19, 2023, that would require schools that play major college sports to pay some athletes as much as $25,000 annually, along with covering the cost of six-year guaranteed athletic scholarships and post-college medical expenses. The College Athlete Protection Act is sponsored by Assembly member Chris Holden. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli, File)