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California's Newly Expanded Ban On State-Funded Travel Could Impact College Athletics

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 06 / 26 / 17

California’s expanded ban on state-funded travel to states that discriminate against LGBT people could "trip up intercollegiate athletic teams in the coming years," according to Bodley, Gorcey & Asimov of the S.F. CHRONICLE. As of last Thursday, state employees are "banned from travel...

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