Lopez, Gustavo
May 2010
Billboard;5/29/2010, Vol. 122 Issue 21, p6
Trade Publication
In this article the author discusses the impact that an immigration law in Arizona that is concerned with illegal immigrants will have on the Latin music market in the state. He is critical of the negative impact that the law will have on the Latin music market despite the fact that he feels that immigration reform is necessary in the U.S.


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