Editorial: The All-Star Game moves, and businesses confront the perils of politics

The new Georgia voting law, signed by Gov. Brian Kemp last month, has divided Georgians and other Americans along partisan lines, with Republicans hailing it as a victory for “election integrity” and Democrats condemning it as “voter suppression.” But the fight has expanded beyond the usual political actors. Major corporations that declined to get involved in the legislative battle now find that staying out of the fray may not be an option. Major League Baseball came under heavy pressure from Black executives, Black players and civil rights organizations to register its opposition by moving th…

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