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MLB sued over moving All-Star Game from Georgia to Colorado

DENVER, Colo. (KRDO) -- Major League Baseball is being sued for moving the All-Star Game from Georgia to Colorado this summer.

That decision to move the game to Colorado was announced in April after controversial voting laws passed in Georgia.

Now, the business group Job Creators Network filed a lawsuit against MLB on Monday. The lawsuit claims the Atlanta area is suffering financial losses because of the game's relocation.

Colorado's Attorney General weighed in on the suit, issuing a statement saying:

MLB's choice to hold the 2021 All Star Game at Coors Field is one more reminder that Colorado's voting process is the national leader in safe, open, and secure elections.

A.G. Phil Weiser - (D) 

The All-Star Game happens Thursday, July 13 at Coors Field. For more information on the game, click here.

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  1. “That decision to move the game to Colorado was announced in April after controversial voting laws passed in Georgia.”
    Look into it. Georgia just did the same as Colorado already has. So if Georgia made laws that are now equal to Colorado then…… Hmm. Its all political. Why Colorado then if we have controversial voting laws also????

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