Another state has entered the fray with proposed legislation to allow student-athletes to receive compensation.

The first domino in this story officially fell Monday with California’s governor signing a law that allows collegiate athletes to profit off their likeness. Among the big things contained in that is the ability for athletes to sign endorsement deals and hire agents.

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While that may have been the eye-opener, South Carolina and New York quickly followed in proposing similar legislation. On Monday evening, Florida joined those states in putting forth a proposal.

According to the Twitter account for the Florida House Democrats, a proposal was filed that would allow collegiate athletes in the state to sign endorsement deals and earn compensation off their name, image, and likeness.

Here it is:

It will be interesting to see how the NCAA deals with the various states taking the matter into their own hands when it comes to paying student-athletes.