The House Bill Two repeal deal, signed into law last week, was enough to bring an end to the NCAA boycott of the state. The NCAA Board of Governors announced Tuesday the state will once again be considered for hosting future neutral-site championship events. The board says the new law - which repeal House Bill Two, but included a moratorium on local non-discrimination ordinances and legislates state government control over bathroom access in government facilities - "meets the minimal NCAA requirements." 130 bids were placed from North Carolina to host championship events between 2018 and 2022.
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