The Atlantic Coast Conference said Friday it is poised to once again begin holding championship sporting events in North Carolina, but some LGBT advocates are urging the NCAA not to do the same.
The Atlantic Coast Conference said Friday it is poised to once again begin holding championship sporting events in North Carolina, but some LGBT advocates are urging the NCAA not to do the same. Robert Willett (Raleigh) News & Observer staff file photo
The Atlantic Coast Conference said Friday it is poised to once again begin holding championship sporting events in North Carolina, but some LGBT advocates are urging the NCAA not to do the same. Robert Willett (Raleigh) News & Observer staff file photo

With HB2 off the books, will the ACC’s return signal a similar decision by the NCAA?

March 31, 2017 04:35 PM

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