DALLAS The 59-unit Pizza Patron chain, which targets the Hispanic market in Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada and Texas, has received death threats and hate mail from immigration opponents incensed at its new promotional offer to accept Mexican pesos through February. Although Wal-Mart and other businesses operating in U.S. border cities also are known to accept pesos, and some businesses accept Canadian dollars in parts of New York and Minnesota, most of the hundreds of e-mails ...

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