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Columbus, Ohio Bans Travel to Arizona

Columbus Mayor Michael B. Coleman has banned city-worker travel to Arizona because of that state’s new law allowing police to demand documentation from anyone they suspect is in the country illegally.

“The mayor will not be approving any travel to Arizona,” spokesman Dan Williamson said this morning.

“He agrees with those who want to send a message to the state of Arizona that this is not the American way.”

Already, he has rejected a request from the city’s technology director to attend a seminar in Phoenix, Williamson said.

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