Monday, March 30, 2015
Connecticut: Governor Dan Malloy Bans State-Funded Travel To Indiana
First, San Francisco's mayor issued a ban on city-funded travel to the state of Indiana over the recently passed (and highly controversial) "license to discriminate" legislation SB101.
Then, Seattle's mayor followed suit.
Today, the governor of Connecticut has now issued his own executive order banning state-funded travel to the Hoosier state.
Malloy's communications director, Mark Bergman, followed up with tweets pointing out that Connecticut's religious freedom laws only pertain to religious institutions - not private organizations.
And, unlike other states Connecticut doesn't permit discrimination on sexual orientation in any private establishment or institution.