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June 17, 2023



You might ask yourself what he means by Sacto representatives focused on crazy stuff. Here is today's example courtesy of the Comicle:

The emergence of a college sports revenue-sharing bill has left Olympic and women’s sports advocates concerned for the future of their programs in California.

Assembly Bill 252, introduced by Chris Holden, D-Pasadena, would require each Division I school in California to establish a “degree completion fund” as a means of paying its head-count scholarship athletes their “fair-market value.” The bill defines the value as an equal share of half their team’s annual revenue, minus the cost of the athlete’s grant-in-aid.

The proposed law calls for the schools to share 50% of revenue to athletes considered “undervalued” because they would earn a higher market price than the value of their athletic scholarships. Most revenue sports at Division I schools are football, men’s basketball and a few women’s basketball or volleyball teams, but few Olympic and women’s sports.

Click through to see the full extent of what kind of an idiot we have from Pasadena in Sac:


Paloma Ave

I hope the Papan sisters are nothing like Assemblyman Lou Papan!


And ever more bond money for infrastructure even when we just had a Hundred Billion Dollar budget surplus last year.

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