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California Bans State Travel to Florida Over 'Anti-Transgender' Laws

Golden State goes full blown communist as several state's added to 'no-go' list

 on 30th June 2021 @ 1.00pm
california has banned state travel to several states over their  anti trans  laws © press
California has banned state travel to several states over their 'anti-trans' laws

Like a move fresh out of communist China, California has banned state-funded travel to Florida and several other red states over their supposed "anti-transgender" laws.

Earlier this week, Democrat State Attorney General Rob Bonta announced that Arkansas, Montana, North Dakota, and West Virginia had also been added to the "no-go" list, which was first created in 2016.

The states join Alabama, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, and Texas.

“When states discriminate against LGBTQ+ Americans, California law requires our office to take action,” Bonta declared.

“These new additions to the state-funded travel restrictions list are about exactly that …

"Rather than focusing on solving real issues, some politicians think it’s in their best interest to demonize trans youth and block life-saving care."

florida was added to the  no go  list of gov  ron desantis s alleged  anti trans  laws © press
Florida was added to the 'no-go' list of Gov. Ron DeSantis's alleged 'anti-trans' laws

“Make no mistake,” Bonta said.

“We’re in the midst of an unprecedented wave of bigotry and discrimination in this country — and the State of California is not going to support it.”

Bonta’s office cited laws enacted in Arkansas, Florida, Montana, and West Virginia that bar transgender females from participating in girl’s school sports, according to The New York Post

North Dakota made the list due to a law that permits certain publicly-funded student organizations to prevent LGBT students from joining without losing funding.

The California AG’s office also cited two other Arkansas laws.

One allows medical providers to deny care to LGBTQ people if they have a “conscientious objection” to doing so.

While the other prohibits life-altering sex-change treatments or surgery for "transgender" minors.

The latter law was passed by the state legislature earlier this year, overriding the veto of Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson.

california took issue with one law that prevent children from being given transgender surgery © press
California took issue with one law that prevent children from being given transgender surgery

The new state travel bans go into effect July 1 for Florida and Montana, July 8 for West Virginia, July 29 for Arkansas, and Aug. 1 for North Dakota.

California’s law has exemptions for some trips, such as travel needed to enforce state law and to honor contracts signed before the states were added to the list.

Travel to conferences or out-of-state training are examples of trips that can be blocked.

It’s unclear what effect California’s travel ban will have.

Bonta did not have information about how many state agencies have stopped sending state employees to the states on the list or the financial impact of California’s travel ban on those states.

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