An age-old debate in North Dakota has been decided, but the issue is nowhere close to being over. Voters in North Dakota decided to change the mascot of University of North Dakota. They will no longer be called the "Fighting Sioux." The name change came amid NCAA threats to sanction the programs. But, an organization that wanted to keep fighting. They believe the push to change the names of Native American mascots is political correctness run amok. What do you think: should schools change mascots and get away from Native American symbols? Is that political correctness run amok? Leave your comments below.
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