Washington Post senior political reporter Aaron Blake explains differences between Georgia’s new voting law and Colorado’s

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Grounds crew workers prepare to pull the tarpulin as a light rain descends on Coors Field Tuesday, April 6, 2021, before the Colorado Rockies host the Arizona Diamondbacks in a baseball game in Denver. Major League Baseball announced that Coors Field will be the venue for the 2021 All Star Game after the Midsummer Classic was moved out of Atlanta because of sweeping changes to voting rights established in the state of Georgia. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

Washington Post senior political reporter Aaron Blake joins John Williams to explain why Major League Baseball would feel compelled to pull its All-Star Game from the state of Georgia, to take it to Colorado instead. That is, Georgia conservative leaders want to know what makes Colorado’s voting law so different from their state’s.

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