Congress introduces bill to investigate gender equity within NCAA operations
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By Ross Dellenger The bill is being introduced a year after inequalities between the men’s and women’s basketball tournaments triggered outrage among college sports and U.S. leaders. WASHINGTON, D.C. — The NCAA’s most celebrated weekend of the year, the Final Four, is coming with a wave of congressional movement. Three Democratic House members are introducing a bill that would create a 16-member congressional commission to investigate gender equity within the NCAA’s operation of tournaments, championships and other programs that have both men’s and women’s divisions. The Gender Equity in Colle...