Arizona is under fire — and not because of its dry climate. Ever since April 23, when Governor Jan Brewer signed a new bill that aims to identify, prosecute and deport illegal immigrants, the state has found itself the target of stark criticism and numerous boycott threats. Conferences and conventions scheduled to take place in Arizona have been cancelled and headed to other states, and some groups are calling for baseball players to boycott the 2011 MLB All Star Game, slated to take place in Phoenix. Here, we take a lok at the potential losses Arizona stands to suffer if Americans were to boycott its services or goods.
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