NCAA pulls 7 championships out of North Carolina over anti-LGBT law

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A few months after the NBA pulled its 2017 All-Star Game out of Charlotte, North Carolina over the state’s controversial anti-LGBT law known as House Bill 2, the NCAA has followed suit. The NCAA has pulled seven different championship events from the state. 
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The NCAA made the announcement on Monday evening. The highest profile event to be yanked is a set of first and second round games from next year’s NCAA men’s basketball tournament (the annual “March Madness”) and the 2016 Division I Women’s soccer championship, scheduled to be held in December.  Read more…More about Lgbt, Hb2, Ncaa, Entertainment, and Sports

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