Mexican Chamber holds boycott against Arizona law.

Friday, May 14, 2010 - 9:05am

A one day boycott of U.S. goods was called by the Mexican Chamber of Commerce, protesting the Arizona bill passed last month. The bill requires police to ask people of their immigration status if they believe they are illegally in the country. That's why business leaders in Mexico called for a boycott of U.S. goods and asked Mexican residents not to cross into the U.S. in protest of the bill. The protest took place at international bridges in the state of Tamaulipas from Nuevo Laredo to Matamoros.

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