With the Final Four bearing down this weekend, NCAA President Mark Emmert moved swiftly in rebuke of Indiana’s controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
With the Final Four bearing down this weekend, NCAA President Mark Emmert moved swiftly in rebuke of Indiana’s controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act. David J. Phillip AP
With the Final Four bearing down this weekend, NCAA President Mark Emmert moved swiftly in rebuke of Indiana’s controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act. David J. Phillip AP

Credit Mark Emmert, NCAA for seizing day against Indiana discrimination

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