Arizona’s strict anti-illegal immigration legislation that was signed into law last month has provoked a growing number of boycotts and concerns among hospitality operators in the state.  The city council of Oakland, Calif., voted unanimously this week for a boycott, urging city officials not to contract or buy goods with companies with headquarters in Arizona and barring city officials from traveling to Arizona on official business. Similar measures were being considering in ...

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