1. Connecticut joins California as the only states to pass the Student-Athletes’ Right to Know Act, which provides transparency in the recruiting process and also helps parents and student-athletes ask the right questions during the recruiting process. Introduced by Representative Patricia Dillon and supported by University of New Haven professor Allen Sack and National College Players Association President Ramogi Huma, the Student-Athletes’ Right to Know Act became effective on January 1, 2012. Hopefully other states will follow suit.
Here is CT Sports Law’s coverage of this important legislation: