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Texas Dunks on Mark Cuban: Passes Bill Requiring Pro Teams to Play National Anthem

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In February, Mavs Owner Mark Cuban ordered stadium staff not to play the national anthem. Last week, Texas Republicans responded by passing a law requiring him to play it.

Now, all that remains is for Texas Governor Greg Abbott to sign it.

The bill, known officially as Senate Bill 4 and better known as the “Star-Spangled Banner Protection Act,” was made a legislative priority of Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick after Cuban canceled the anthem for 13 Mavericks preseason and regular-season home games earlier this year.

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