One of the more bizarre elements of our cold civil war is California’s imposition of economic sanctions on any states that provide any element of religious freedom. California has currently imposed economic sanctions on eleven states. And then it messed with Texas.
Texas filed a lawsuit Monday in the U.S. Supreme Court over a California law that prohibits official travel to states that California deems discriminatory against LGBTQ people, throwing into question whether the ban affecting 11 states can remain.
California lawmakers passed the travel ban in 2016 after North Carolina enacted a law that required people to use gender-specific bathrooms according to their sex at birth. California Attorney General Xavier Becerra added Texas to the list of prohibited travel states in 2017 after it passed a law allowing child welfare providers to refuse to carry out services that violate their religious beliefs.
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