The stakes in Georgia's election changes
It’s the big lie, not the details
Major League Baseball, with the encouragement of national Democrats but over the objections of local ones, decided late last week to move the All-Star Game out of the state of Georgia.
That was part of a larger campaign of big corporations feeling pressure to denounce the election administration changes made by Georgia Republicans. And the basic story here is that while senior citizens and non-college whites are overrepresented in American political institutions, they are underrepresented in corporate America where the executives are largely non-elderly college graduates.
National Republicans now want to strike back at Major League Baseball by passing a law that would eliminate its antitrust exemption.1
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