A: That’s when new laws take effect in six states -- Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, New Mexico and Texas -- giving college athletes the right to make money from their fame without jeopardizing their eligibility. Kentucky’s governor issued an executive order giving NIL compensation rights to college athletes in that state as of July 1. In addition, Oklahoma and Nebraska have laws that schools can implement at any time, and Arizona has a law that takes effect July 23. Governors in 10 other states have signed NIL laws that go into force later: Arkansas, California, Colorado, Maryland, Michigan, Montana, Nevada, New Jersey, South Carolina and Tennessee.
Q: What does the Georgia law say?