azstarnet.com -- The Mexican government is urging U.S.-bound shoppers to avoid Arizona or prepare for unprovoked harassment by police. The governor of Sonora has called off the binational Arizona-Mexico Commission meeting - suspending the tourism and trade meeting for the first time in 50 years - as federal politicians urged him to interrupt partnerships with Arizona. And at least one Mexican airline, Aeromexico, will cancel flights to Phoenix, claiming demand is down because of Arizona's new immigration law. Some nonprofit organizations and community leaders in Nogales and Hermosillo, Sonora, joined the call for an economic boycott of the state.
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