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kens5 : declared in ‘Bathroom bill’ could prevent future Super Bowls from coming to Texas

as declared in Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images (Photo: Custom)Almost a week after Houston hosted Super Bowl LI, the NFL has weighed in on what Texas’ so-called “bathroom bill” could mean for future championship football games in Texas.
Dan Patrick pointed to that exemption in saying there is “no conflict” with Senate Bill 6.
The Super Bowl is scheduled to take place in other states through at least 2021.
That would include NRG Stadium in Houston, where the Super Bowl was held.
The legislation does exempt stadiums, convention centers and entertainment venues that are owned or leased by a governmental entity from having to follow the state’s bathroom policies.

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Bathroom bill could cost Texas future Super Bowls

The NFL kept a low profile on a recently introduced Texas bathroom bill during the Super Bowl week.
The Texas bill was filed last month and has a powerful backer in Lt. Gov.
The NCAA pulled seven championship events from North Carolina during the 2016-17 academic year due to its objections to North Carolina House Bill 2.
The situation in Texas will be watched closely by the NCAA, which set precedent with its actions involving North Carolina.
The NCAA hasn’t commented on the Texas bill.

Future Super Bowls could skip Texas over ‘bathroom bill’

As it stated in Future Super Bowls could skip Texas over ‘bathroom bill’New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady celebrates after winning Super Bowl LI at NRG Stadium in Houston February 6, 2017.
With Houston drawing huge attention and revenues from hosting Super Bowl 51 last weekend, the impact of losing any hope of another host role either there or in Dallas, which hosted the 2011 Super Bowl, could be devastating.
— Picture by Kirby Lee-USA TODAY sports via ReutersNEW YORK, Feb 11 ― A proposed Texas law that targets transgender people could prompt the NFL to keep future Super Bowls from Dallas and Houston if it passes, a league spokesman told the Houston Chronicle.
The proposed law, known as “Senate Bill 6” or the “bathroom bill,” would require transgender people use the bathroom corresponding to the sex listed on their birth certificate rather than the one they feel most comfortable using.
A similar bill in North Carolina prompted next week’s NBA All-Star Game to be moved by the league from Charlotte to New Orleans.

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