RESOLVED, That unless and until Arizona rescinds SB 1070, the
San Francisco Board of Supervisors urges City Departments (1) to the extent
practicable, and in instances where there is no significant additional cost to
the City nor conflict with law, to refrain from entering into any new or
amended contracts to purchase goods or services from any company that is
headquartered in Arizona, (2) to avoid sending City officials or employees to
conferences in Arizona, and (3) to review existing contracts for the purchase
of goods and services with companies headquartered in Arizona and explore
opportunities to discontinue those contracts consistent with the terms of those
contracts and principles of fiscal responsibility...
FURTHER RESOLVED, That unless and until Arizona rescinds SB 1070 the Board of Supervisors encourages private San Francisco based businesses to refrain from doing business with the State of Arizona or holding or participating in any conventions or conferences in Arizona, and also urges San Francisco private citizens to avoid engaging in tourism in the State of Arizona...So, you've been told. Meanwhile, Mayor Gavin Newsom yesterday made the above binding and official for city workers on city business, an effort Campos' office told SF Weekly the supervisor "welcomes."