By Ryan Saavedra
The Georgia county that was set to host the 2021 Major League Baseball All Star Game said over the weekend that it will lose more than $100 million after the league pulled the game and draft out of the state — a decision that comes after Democrats made a number of false claims about the state’s new election law and signaled they would support the league boycotting the state.
Holly Quinlan, president and CEO of Cobb Travel and Tourism, said that the “estimated lost economic impact” for the county was more than $100 million.
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