Bill forces refunds to fans offended by anthem protests

(The Hill) A proposed law in Indiana would force the Indianapolis Colts to reimburse fans who request a refund over players kneeling during the national anthem, the Indianapolis Star reported on Thursday.

State Rep. Milo Smith (R) reportedly introduced the bill in Indiana’s legislature this week. It would require the Colts to offer refunds until the end of the first quarter during home games in which Colts players protest during the national anthem, the Star reported.

The bill would not require the Colts to refund tickets if members of the opposing team kneeled.



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