California lawmakers vote to reverse travel ban for public employees to states with "anti-LGBT" laws because, well, it was hard to avoid HALF THE COUNTRY
· Sep 12, 2023 · NottheBee.com

California has had a travel ban since 2017 that prevents state employees from traveling to states that California considers "anti-LGBT" because they don't want men in women's bathrooms or schools that sexually groom children.

The ban was put in place by then-California Attorney General and current Biden HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra.

The ban on travel has become burdensome to California state employees who want to travel for conferences and other national events, because their state considers more than half of the US off-limits.

So, lawmakers in Cali have come together to put an end to the ridiculous rule.

California lawmakers in the state Assembly on Monday passed legislation to end the travel ban. The bill, introduced by state Senate leader Toni Atkins, would also establish an outreach and advertising campaign in states on the travel ban list to promote pro-LGBTQ messages.

Before we point and laugh at Cali for its restrictive laws, we need to realize one of the driving forces behind this change.

(The travel ban) has posed a significant challenge to sports teams at public colleges and universities, which have had to find alternative funding sources to pay for their road games in states like Arizona and Utah. It has also complicated some of the state's other policy goals, like using state money to pay for people who live in other states to travel to California for abortions.

Oh, so they're going to reverse it because several California state schools are going to be joining the Big Ten and ACC athletic conferences so the schools won't be able to afford the travel without state funds anymore.

AND they're reversing the ban in order to continue to pay for out-of-state child killings.

Not because they realize how ridiculous banning travel to half the country is.

California is a lost cause, folks.


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