The meetings boycott of Arizona that erupted over an immigration law (S.B. 1070) passed by the state last April has resulted in $141 million in lost meetings-related revenue for the state, according to a new study. “Passage of the Arizona legislation triggered a fierce, national, public-opinion backlash against the state and led many national organizations and opinion leaders to call for economic boycotts,” according to Marshall Fitz and Angela Kelley, authors of Stop the Conference, a ...

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