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The NCAA Board of Governors has reaffirmed its commitment that championship host sites should not have laws targeting trans or LGB athletes.
The NCAA backed down from its previously strong stance opposing anti-LGBTQ discrimination, issuing a statement that reversed its removal of 2017-2018 sports championships from the state...
LGBTQ advocates and their progressive allies have a message for NCAA President Mark Emmert: Don’t be fooled by this so-called “repeal” of North Carolina’s HB 2...
NCAA president promises local LGBTQ laws will be factor in whether cities get to host championship events
Republican lawmakers in North Carolina are placing a target on the NCAA and ACC after both organizations said they will continue to take into account...
A coalition of LGBTQ-supportive organizations is calling on the NCAA to reaffirm its commitment to equality when selecting venues for upcoming championship events. The letter,...
The NCAA Board of Governors has added a new requirement for all cities hoping to host or bidding to host various NCAA sporting events, in...