speaker of the house rep. tim moore, center, flanked by fellow republicans, speaks at a press conference after hb 142 passed in the general assembly march 30, 2017 in raleigh, n.c. (chris sweard/raleigh news & observer/tns via getty images) chris sweard—raleigh news & observer/ getty images(raleigh, n.c.) — basketball-mad north carolina is hoping its move to roll back its `bathroom bill` will help it avoid another costly hit when the ncaa selects four years of championship sites for a variety of sports.college athletics' governing body said that it is deciding this week on locations for tournaments through the spring of 2022 and that it wouldn't award any to north carolina if the law known as house bill 2 was still on the books.on thursday, amid the mounting pressure, north carolina's republican-controlled legislature voted to undo hb2, and democratic gov. roy cooper signed the measure into law. but it wasn't clear if that would satisfy the ncaa, which had no immediate comment.while lawmakers repealed the much-criticized provision that said transgender people must use the public bathrooms that correspond to the sex on their birth certificate, activists complained that the new law still denies gay and transgender people certain protections from discrimination.the stakes are high for north carolina: the associated press calculated that the state made $71.4 million from...