MLB All-Star Game: Georgia governor responds to game being moved

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp held a press conference on Saturday following Major League Baseball's decision to move the 2021 All-Star Game and draft out of Georgia in response to new election laws. The new law faces multiple lawsuits and backlash that's placed Georgia in the political spotlight. Kemp has publicly maintained some of Georgia's election policies under the new law are less restrictive than other states, while its critics characterize it as suppressive, particularly to minority voters. Kemp said MLB's decision reflects a lack of courage.

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