North Carolina’s college basketball traditions were at stake in the effort to repeal the state’s controversial bathroom law, HB2. Here, the University of North Carolina plays Kentucky, another basketball powerhouse.
North Carolina’s college basketball traditions were at stake in the effort to repeal the state’s controversial bathroom law, HB2. Here, the University of North Carolina plays Kentucky, another basketball powerhouse. Robert Willett News & Observer
North Carolina’s college basketball traditions were at stake in the effort to repeal the state’s controversial bathroom law, HB2. Here, the University of North Carolina plays Kentucky, another basketball powerhouse. Robert Willett News & Observer

What really pushed North Carolina to overturn its bathroom law? Basketball.

March 31, 2017 3:01 PM

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