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SEC decides to keep championships in North Carolina, bucking boycott trend

The Southeastern Conference reportedly has chosen to keep four upcoming league championships in North Carolina despite a controversial state law that restricts the rights of LGBT people. SEC officials announced Friday they will not join the NBA, NCAA and Atlantic Coast Conference, all of which...
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