California bans state-funded travel to Georgia over transgender school sports law
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California is banning state-funded travel to Georgia after the state passed a law allowing athletic associations to prohibit transgender girls from competing in interscholastic girls sports. Georgia Republican Gov. Brian Kemp signed the law in April. Days later, the Georgia High School Association voted 62-0 to require high school athletes to compete according to the gender they were assigned at birth, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. The association’s vote reversed a 2016 policy that had allowed each school to set its own policy. “Blocking transgender youth from...