Georgia House passes bill to punish Delta Airlines after CEO attacks Republican voter suppression bill
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The Georgia State House passed a bill that would eliminate tax breaks for Delta Airlines for jet fuel. The vote was 97-73 and moves onto the state Senate.

In a memo Wednesday, Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian told employees that Georgia's new voter suppression law was "unacceptable" and "based on a lie" of widespread fraud in the 2020 presidential election. He was also joined by Coca-Cola's CEO, who also called it "unacceptable."

Atlanta is the home to a major Delta Air hub, and in the past,...

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