June 2018 Update - Additional State Added to Law Prohibiting State Funding of Travel to Certain States

By Bobbi McCracken (Associate Vice Chancellor for Business & Financial Services and Controller) |
Riverside, Ca –

On June 1, 2018, Oklahoma was added to the list of prohibited states for state-funded and state-sponsored travel (California AB 1887) by the California Attorney General (CAG).  As you may recall, certain states (Alabama, Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, and now Oklahoma) have laws that discriminate against LGBTQ people.  For more information on the law, please review the attached FAQ.

iTravel is in the process of being updated to enforce this new restriction.  In the meantime, please use care when completing travel expense reimbursements involving travel to Oklahoma by ensuring the fund source and documentation conforms with this state law.

Questions can be directed to travelfeedback@ucr.edu .

Attachments: FAQ AB 1887 Requirements (June 2018 Revision)