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Cobb County Chairwoman On The Economic Impact Of MLB’s Decision To Move All-Star Game

Cobb County Chair Lisa Cupid held a press conference hours after news broke that Major League Baseball would move this summer’s All-Star Game from Georgia, in light of the state’s new voting law.
Cobb County Chair Lisa Cupid held a press conference hours after news broke that Major League Baseball would move this summer’s All-Star Game from Georgia, in light of the state’s new voting law.
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On Friday, Major League Baseball announced plans to pull this summer’s All-Star Game from Truist Park in Cobb County, in response to Georgia’s new voting law.

But, at a weekend press conference, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp said he’s not backing down.

On Monday’s edition of “Closer Look with Rose Scott,” Cobb Commission Chair Lisa Cupid joined the program to discuss the economic impact of this decision on her county.

Guest:

  • Cobb Commission Chair Lisa Cupid

To hear the full conversation, click on the audio player above.