Rocco's Little Chicago Pizzeria is notorious for its prolific witty and eye catching messages on their marquee. But pizzeria owner Anthony Rocco DiGrazia really outdid himself with a small window display to reserve the right to refuse services to Arizona Legislators:
This caught the Huffington Post's attention:
"A customer posted the sign to my Facebook feed, so I printed it up and laminated it," owner Anthony Rocco DiGrazia told The Huffington Post Friday in a Facebook message. "The response has been overwhelming and almost all positive from across the globe. I just want to serve dinner and own and work in a place I'm proud of. Opening the door to government sanctioned discrimination regardless of why is a huge step in the wrong direction. Thanks for all the support."
Here's a another good reason why you don't have to be ashamed of living in Arizona despite overwhelming negative attention our elected officials brings us. So keep your chin up and eat some pizza.
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