How much is the Major League Baseball All-Star Game worth? A group of Atlanta business owners put the value at $100 million in a federal lawsuit filed Monday in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. They demanded that sum, plus $1 billion in punitive damages for the league’s decision to move the game in protest over Georgia’s new voting law.

In the 21-page complaint, Job Creators Network accused the league, its commissioner, the players association and its executive director of violating the rights of business owners under federal statutes protecting civil rights.

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