Fans enjoyed the view of downtown Kansas City from the Sprint Center during the Big 12 men’s basketball tournament in this March 2015 file photo. City Manager Troy Schulte says the city could lose the tournament and other events if a “religious freedom” amendment were added to the Missouri Constitution. Such a measure, which would allow certain businesses and organizations to refuse services to same-sex couples based on religious beliefs, has been proposed in the General Assembly.
Fans enjoyed the view of downtown Kansas City from the Sprint Center during the Big 12 men’s basketball tournament in this March 2015 file photo. City Manager Troy Schulte says the city could lose the tournament and other events if a “religious freedom” amendment were added to the Missouri Constitution. Such a measure, which would allow certain businesses and organizations to refuse services to same-sex couples based on religious beliefs, has been proposed in the General Assembly. File photo by Allison Long along@kcstar.com
Fans enjoyed the view of downtown Kansas City from the Sprint Center during the Big 12 men’s basketball tournament in this March 2015 file photo. City Manager Troy Schulte says the city could lose the tournament and other events if a “religious freedom” amendment were added to the Missouri Constitution. Such a measure, which would allow certain businesses and organizations to refuse services to same-sex couples based on religious beliefs, has been proposed in the General Assembly. File photo by Allison Long along@kcstar.com

KC leader says NCAA, Big 12 worried about Missouri ‘religious freedom’ bill

March 14, 2016 12:39 PM

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