Los Angeles will become the largest city yet to boycott Arizona over its new anti-illegal immigration law.

From the Associated Press report:

“The City Council is considering a resolution that would bar the city from conducting business with Arizona unless the law is repealed—a move that likely would affect about $8 million in contracts.

The city has been vague about what the boycott might involve but have acknowledged it would include city travel such as conventions.

The vote comes a day after San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors passed a nonbinding boycott.

The proposal in Los Angeles could affect $52 million in investments, including contracts for airport, harbor and trucking services, according to a report by the city’s chief legislative analyst. The report recommends the council look into suspending travel, cutting contracts and refraining from making any new ones with Arizona-based companies.”

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