The law was signed Thursday by Gov. Brian Kemp after swiftly passing the state legislature
By Morgan Phillip
Organizations are calling for major sporting events to be moved out of Georgia after the state passed a controversial voting law Thursday.
Tony Clark, executive director of the MLB Players Association, said players are ready to discuss moving the annual All-Star Game in July, scheduled to be played in Atlanta, though they haven’t had a conversation with the league on the matter, according to the Boston Globe.
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