L.A. County boycott of Arizona approved by divided Board of Supervisors

June 1, 2010 |  5:11 pm

Martin Santiago, right, and daughter Lucero, 3, of Van  Nuys walk past a mural on Broadway on their way to May Day march for  immigrant rights in downtown Los Angeles to protest tough new  immigration law in Arizona.

After heated debate, Los Angeles County supervisors voted 3 to 2 today to boycott Arizona in response to the passage of its controversial illegal immigration law.

LINK TO ARTICLE: http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2010/06/la-county-boycott-of-arizona-approved-by-divided-board-of-supervisors.html

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