NCAA ‘very pleased’ with Indiana religious freedom bill amendment

  • Doubts had been raised over Final Four’s future in state
  • NCAA is based in Indianapolis

The NCAA president, Mark Emmert, said on Thursday the association is “very pleased” with revisions to Indiana’s religious objections law that critics feared would lead to discrimination against gays and lesbians.

Indiana lawmakers unveiled an amended bill earlier in the morning. They still need approval from the legislature and Indiana governor Mike Pence.

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