The St. Louis Cardinals could soon be one of the first major league baseball team to have legal protections for making security improvements if terrorists attack Busch Stadium. U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill wants the Department of Homeland Security to grant the organization SAFETY Act certification.
“During the application process, the Cardinals have made many security improvements, including working more closely with law enforcement on game days, upgrading their perimeter barriers, and originating a new K9 program.”
The certification would also place limits on lawsuits that could be filed in the event of a terrorist attack at the venue.