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Topic - Staci Slaughter
In a lawsuit filed on Tuesday in federal court, the City of San Jose says MLB has been dragging its feet in having owners vote on the A's proposed move to San Jose.
Major League Baseball is dragging its feet on having team owners vote on the Oakland Athletics' proposed move to a new ballpark 40 miles south in San Jose, San Jose city officials said in a lawsuit filed Tuesday.
"We are considering expanding the policy to be more explicit about culturally insensitive signs and articles of clothing," said Staci Slaughter, the team's senior vice president for communications, USA Today reported. "I don't want to overstate where we are. We haven't finalized the language. We are still in the process of revising it."
"We met with some folks as a result of the incident," Ms. Slaughter said. "What we're looking at is not just specific to Native Americans. We have a desire to educate folks. The reason we do these heritage nights is to raise the awareness of the diversity of our region."