NCAA, if you don’t like Indiana law, go to Cuba: column
Ryan Colby 202-349-7219 firstname.lastname@example.org
April 2, 2015, USA Today
The NCAA recently took a break from basketball to lecture the nation about diversity and inclusiveness. Responding to the passage of a religious freedom restoration act (RFRA) in Indiana, the NCAA tells us that it is “deeply committed to providing an inclusive environment” for all its events. The NCAA said it is “especially concerned” about the new Indiana law and its impact on student-athletes and employees in connection with next weekend’s Final Four in Indianapolis.