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Five Senators to Reintroduce College Athlete Bill of Rights

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By Ross Dellenger The bill has proposals on transfer limits, NIL, the ability to return to school after a professional draft and more. Two U.S. senators at the center of the college athlete compensation debate on Capitol Hill are reintroducing a sweeping bill that would give college players the right to transfer an unlimited amount, return to school after entering a professional draft and access to lifetime scholarships. Cory Booker (D-N.J.), Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) and three other Democratic senators are filing the newest version of the 2020 College Athlete Bill of Rights this week in Co…

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