The Atlantic Coast Conference decided to pull many post-season tournaments out of North Carolina this season due to a controversial state law. This move follows the NCAA decision to remove college championship games out of the state.
The NCAA penalized the state of North Carolina for its new law that removed some protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. The NCAA pulled tournament games out of the state for the next academic year.
The state of North Carolina sued the federal government Monday. North Carolina's governor says the Obama administration is bypassing Congress to rewrite state law. It's over the state's controversial bill that limits protections for LGBT people.
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