California teams may shun Texas games if ‘bathroom bill’ becomes law
SAN ANTONIO —
It may be game off in the Lone Star State. Public University Sports Teams from California may stop traveling to Texas to compete if Texas passes Senate Bill 6.
The bill requires public schools and universities to designate bathrooms for use by people based on their biological sex. If passed, the law would be in direct conflict with a California law that went into effect January 1st which bans employees or participants in state agencies from traveling to states with laws that restrict or repeal protections based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
California has already banned travel to Kansas, North Carolina, Mississippi and Tennessee.