GOP Sens. Hawley, Cruz & Lee Seek To Remove MLB’s Antitrust Exemptions
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Following the MLB’s choice to move their All-Star game out of Georgia in protest of the state’s new restrictive voting laws, three Republican senators outlined legislation Tuesday that would remove the MLB’s antitrust exemption. The three senators are Ted Cruz, (R-Texas) Josh Hawley (R-Missouri) and Mike Lee (R-Utah). The trio delivered a joint statement to announce their intentions. “This past month, we have seen the rise of the woke corporation. We have seen the rise of big business enforcing a woke standard,” said Cruz. After referencing the MLB’s move out Georgia, he said, “That decision w…

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