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But not because of politics. The exemption has never made any sense.
Fans wouldn’t notice much difference.
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When Major League Baseball decided to move the midseason All-Star game out of Atlanta to protest a new Georgia law that restricts voting, Republican congressman Jeff Duncan of South Carolina quickly tweeted an idea for how to retaliate: