The announcement comes after both the NCAA and ACC moved championship games from North Carolina over HB2.
The documents date back to 2014, long before HB2 was signed into law.
Town officials estimate they’ll lose about $2.5 million in visitor spending because of all the events cancelled this week.
The decision means the ACC will pull 10 championships due to HB2 concerns.
Republican State Senator Tamara Barringer issued a statement Tuesday following the NCAA’s decision to pull seven college championships from …
Repealing House Bill 2 now would require Republican leadership to call the General Assembly to go into special session.
Cary spokeswoman Susan Moran said the Town is not going to focus on things it can’t control.
NCAA President says it’s up to the ACC and its members whether to follow the association’s lead and pull events out of North Carolina.
The championships that are being pulled from North Carolina include men’s division one basketball games in Greensboro.
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