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Activists Stoke Corporate Backlash To Voting Restrictions

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Activists Stoke Corporate Backlash To Voting Restrictions

Activists Stoke Corporate Backlash To Voting Restrictions

Activists Stoke Corporate Backlash To Voting Restrictions

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States are facing pressure from corporations to dial back legislation that makes it harder to vote. Major League Baseball announced on Friday that it is relocating the All-Star Game from Atlanta in response to a new state law.


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