Kathy Nelson, the president and CEO of the Kansas City Sports Commission, says that if enacted. a proposed amendment to the Missouri Constitution allowing individuals and businesses to refuse service to same-sex couples could cost the city millions of dollars in revenue from future sporting events. The NCAA and the Big 12 and Southeastern conferences have expressed concern about the proposal, which is under consideration in the Missouri General Assembly.
Kathy Nelson, the president and CEO of the Kansas City Sports Commission, says that if enacted. a proposed amendment to the Missouri Constitution allowing individuals and businesses to refuse service to same-sex couples could cost the city millions of dollars in revenue from future sporting events. The NCAA and the Big 12 and Southeastern conferences have expressed concern about the proposal, which is under consideration in the Missouri General Assembly. File photo The Kansas City Star
Kathy Nelson, the president and CEO of the Kansas City Sports Commission, says that if enacted. a proposed amendment to the Missouri Constitution allowing individuals and businesses to refuse service to same-sex couples could cost the city millions of dollars in revenue from future sporting events. The NCAA and the Big 12 and Southeastern conferences have expressed concern about the proposal, which is under consideration in the Missouri General Assembly. File photo The Kansas City Star