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Latinos Boycotting Non-Latino Businesses

Latinos Boycotting Non-Latino Businesses



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(KSL News) -- A group of Latinos in Logan wants to boycott non-Latino owned businesses to protest recent legislation. The organizer of "No Comprar" or "don't buy" will last until the end of July.

The group says it's responding to driving privilege cards. Under a new law undocumented aliens can no longer get a regular Utah driver's license. The group says lawmakers need to know the economic impact Latinos have.

But one community leader in Cache County says the boycott won't change the law.

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