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Kentucky Republicans Push Back Against California’s Ban On State-Funded Travel To The Bluegrass State

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By Jeffrey Cawood

Republicans in Kentucky are reportedly “seeking payback” for restrictions imposed in 2017 by then-California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, who is now President Joe Biden’s health and human services secretary.

The Lexington Herald-Leader reported, “Kentucky lawmakers are ready to disapprove two state contracts with California companies because of that state’s ban on taxpayer-funded travel to Kentucky due to a Kentucky law that California leaders view as discriminatory against gay and transgender people.”

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