Momentum is growing rapidly for Major League Baseball to get the 2021 All-Star Game out of the city of Atlanta

Corporate America is putting pressure on Georgia to repeal the latest voting law Many of the state’s leading companies express disappointment and threaten significant consequences

Bank of America, Microsoft, Coca-Cola, Sony, Porsche, and pharmaceutical company Merck are just a few of the Georgia-based companies outraged since the law was secretly signed by Governor Brian Kemp

Mercedes-Benz, one of the top employers in Georgia, said it “stands against efforts to prevent eligible voters from participating in this important process”

Home Depot, headquartered in Georgia, issued a statement: “We believe that all elections should be accessible, fair, safe, and support widespread turnout”

It would be unprecedented to get the All-Star Game out of SunTrust Park in Atlanta, but even that is exactly what gamers want to do if the latest restrictive legislation isn’t lifted

Ahead of Thursday’s opening day, Tony Clark, executive director of the MLB Players Association, said he was open to getting this year’s all-star game out of Georgia

In an interview with ESPN, President Joe Biden said nothing about how he feels on the matter.Much like his predecessor Donald Trump, he had no problem fitting into the boiling controversy

“I think that today’s professional athletes act incredibly responsibly and I would strongly support them in doing so,” said Biden

“People look at them, they are leaders. Also, look at what happened to the NBA. Look at what happened down the line. The people who have been the most victims are the people.” who are leaders in these different sports and it’s just not right ”

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