Two down, 48 to go.

California’s state government decided on Monday that it would be a good idea to stick its nose into a mutual agreement between college athletes and the NCAA.

You know, the one in which people between the ages of 18 and 22, in many cases with the full support of their parents, sign up to play a sport in college in return for $30,000 to $50,000 or more worth of higher learning.

It’s called the Fair Pay to Play Act, and it would outlaw the NCAA’s rules preventing players from earning money for their image and likeness.

On Tuesday, two Pennsylvania state representatives said they would be introducing a bill by the same name for Pennsylvania.

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