AB 1887 State-funded travel restrictions for four more additional U.S. states starting July 1, 2022

  • July 01, 2022

The California Attorney General’s office has updated the list of states where state funds may NOT be used for travel. Indiana and Utah are the latest states to be added.

As of July 1, 2022, there are now 20 states where AB 1887 prohibits the use of state funds to pay for travel to a state on the Attorney General’s list, except where one of the statutory exceptions applies. It does not affect travel that is paid for or reimbursed using non-state funds.

The following two states, Louisiana and Arizona, will be added to California’s travel restrictions list as listed below.

  1. Alabama
  2. Arkansas
  3. Florida
  4. Idaho
  5. Indiana
  6. Iowa
  7. Kansas
  8. Kentucky
  9. Mississippi
  10. Montana
  11. North Carolina
  12. North Dakota
  13. Ohio
  14. Oklahoma
  15. South Carolina
  16. South Dakota
  17. Tennessee
  18. Texas
  19. Utah
  20. West Virginia
  21. Louisiana (will be added on Aug 1, 2022)
  22. Arizona (will be added on Sept 28, 2022)

Frequently Asked Questions Regarding AB 1887 Requirements