Millions of visitors flock to Arizona each year to relax in beautiful places like the Grand Canyon, Lake Havasu and the resort town of Sedona, but a political storm is threatening to impact the state's tourism.
Anger in the wake of a new state law - which requires Arizona police to determine whether people are in the United States legally if there is a reason to suspect they aren't - has prompted some to call for a boycott of its hospitality industry.
"Our members are concerned," said Debbie Johnson, president and CEO of the Arizona Hotel & Lodging Association, which represents hundreds of hotels, bed and breakfasts and resorts in the state.
"They're hearing from a lot of folks who visit and they're obviously concerned with where this is playing out."
The fallout started last week when the bill was signed into law.
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