Student-athletes help lure big money to their colleges, but under NCAA rules designed to protect amateurism they cannot make money from playing sports. Pressure is growing to change that. California, for one, recently passed a law allowing student-athletes to make money when their names, likenesses and images are used -- whether on T-shirts, in video games or someplace else. Andover state Sen. Barry Finegold, D-Andover, recently proposed a similar law for Massachusetts. Do you think college athletes should be paid?
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