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Death of Texas “Bathroom Bill” could pave way for 2018 NFL Draft

The death of a Texas “Bathroom Bill,” which targeted transgender people, puts North Texas back in line to host the 2018 NFL Draft. It marks the second time that North Carolina-style bathroom restrictions have failed to pass in Texas. The Cowboys long have played the role of favorite for the draft, but the NFL has [more]
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