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California has added 5 more places to its no travel list

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As California ramps up its efforts to protect LGBTQ+ residents and others, the state has effectively added onto its no travel list. According to the government, the state’s state-funded travel ban list now includes Arkansas, Florida, Montana, North Dakota, and West Virginia. This means that no public; state, or any other related funds may be used to travel to the states on said list over their laws blatantly discriminating against those on the LGBTQ+ spectrum.

 Assembly Bill 1887 bars state entities from requiring employees to travel to states on the list, and bars California from approving state-funded or state-sponsored travel to those places, though exemptions do exist for things like travel that is necessary to maintain grant funding or licensure, or to protect public health.


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Sultan H. Khane II is the Editor-in-Chief of Bazaar Daily News and its 5 sister properties.

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