NCAA Gay-Rights Rule Puts Spotlight on Arizona Final FourBy and
College sports body demands host cities protect LGBT people
North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, others could lose games
Thirty states and hundreds of cities could be barred from hosting the biggest events in college sports after the NCAA announced this week that it won’t hold playoffs and championships in cities and states without civil-rights protections for gay and transgender people.
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