The Los Angeles City Council is finding that compiling a list of banks to boycott isn’t as simple as it sounds.

Los Angeles chief administrative officer Miguel Santana told council members in a memo that it could cost the city $28 million to renegotiate deals if officials limit the pool of bankers with which the city conducts business.

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