The ACC announced Friday afternoon that the Council of Presidents had voted to once again consider North Carolina locations for neutral-site conference championships.
The move comes after the North Carolina legislature passed a repeal of the controversial H.B. 2 law, commonly referred to as the “Bathroom Bill”.
Last summer, the ACC announced that until the H.B. 2 law was repealed, the state of North Carolina would not be considered for future conference championship sites. The ACC removed several neutral-site championships from the state, including the conference’s football championship. Instead, the ACC Football Championship Game was played at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, FL.