Immigration Law in Arizona—Senate Bill 1070—Support for
These are actions supporting Arizona’s passage of Senate Bill 1070.
Costa Mesa, Calif., City Council voted unanimously to declare itself a "rule of law city" where illegal immigrants are not welcome.
Hudspeth County, Texas, commissioners voted 2-1 May 11 to adopt a resolution supporting Arizona's new immigration law.
Phoenix resident Brett Scott is posting a list of cities, groups and other entities
boycotting Arizona at AZfightsback.com to encourage counterboycotts.
Roger Dow, president and CEO of the U.S. Travel Association, on April 30 called for an
end to Arizona travel boycotts and urged Washington lawmakers to address immigration.
Greater Bloomington (Ind.) Chamber of Commerce reported that the city's boycott
of Arizona has prompted more than 40 complaints to the chamber, mostly threats to
boycott Bloomington unless the Arizona boycott is lifted, the chamber said.
National Association of Single People, an association of almost 10,000 members based in Newport Beach, Calif., announced a convention boycott of Los Angeles and
reported it was exploring sites in Chandler and Sedona at which to hold its 2011
regional conference and 2012 annual conference.
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