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It's Not Stopping: More Arizona Boycotts & Proclamations

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This is really becoming a trend. Following in the footsteps of LAUSD, the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District Board of Education is the latest to approve a boycott of Arizona over their controversial immigration law, banning official travel and to the state and stopping any contracts with businesses based there. Meanwhile, two Riverside County and one Orange County cities have approved resolutions in support of Arizona's law. Hemet and Lake Elsinore both approved them on Tuesday and Yorba Linda earlier this month. Next?