Major League Baseball decided on Friday to pull this year’s All-Star Game out of Atlanta in protest of Georgia’s new voting law. The decision follows an election bill signed on Wednesday 26th by Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, which opponents qualify as a suppression bill of people of color.
The change of location is one of the first tangible responses to the law, which has been condemned and criticized by companies and high executives all over the country.
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