A group of three senators introduced legislation that would revoke Major League Baseball’s exemption under antitrust law. The legislative push comes after MLB pulled its All-Star Game from Georgia in protest against the state’s recently-passed election integrity bill. “We’re here today to talk about legislation to remove the antitrust exemption that’s long been enjoyed by Major League Baseball,” Sen. Mike Lee, R-UT, said at a press conference Tuesday. “It’s important to remember that this exemption was created from whole cloth by the Supreme Court 99 years ago.”
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