Workers add team names to a 2015 NCAA Division I men’s basketball tournament bracket that is displayed on the side of the JW Marriott in Indianapolis on March 16. With the Final Four a week away from shining a spotlight on Indianapolis, NCAA President Mark Emmert said Thursday that the governing body for college sports is concerned about an Indiana law that could allow businesses to discriminate against gay people.
Workers add team names to a 2015 NCAA Division I men’s basketball tournament bracket that is displayed on the side of the JW Marriott in Indianapolis on March 16. With the Final Four a week away from shining a spotlight on Indianapolis, NCAA President Mark Emmert said Thursday that the governing body for college sports is concerned about an Indiana law that could allow businesses to discriminate against gay people. Darron Cummings Associated Press
Workers add team names to a 2015 NCAA Division I men’s basketball tournament bracket that is displayed on the side of the JW Marriott in Indianapolis on March 16. With the Final Four a week away from shining a spotlight on Indianapolis, NCAA President Mark Emmert said Thursday that the governing body for college sports is concerned about an Indiana law that could allow businesses to discriminate against gay people. Darron Cummings Associated Press

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