How to Avoid a California Travel Restriction for California Citizens
California is set to take another hit on the road after Gov.
Jerry Brown signed an executive order prohibiting travel by anyone with a “terrorist connection” from the state.
California Governor Jerry Brown (@JerryBrownGov) March 16, 2018 California is expected to take yet another hit after Gov.(Jerry Brown (@GovBrownGov)) signed an Executive Order banning travel by any California citizen with a terrorist connection from the State.
The order was signed in a bid to curb terror activity by the so-called Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
The order comes as the U.S. faces a wave of terror attacks, including a string of bombings at crowded New Year’s Eve celebrations in New York City and San Bernardino, California.
This is a major blow to President Donald Trump’s stated goal of keeping California safe, and it comes just weeks after the state experienced a mass shooting.
It also comes as Trump continues to push for more immigration enforcement measures, even though California already has strict immigration laws.
It’s unclear what effect the travel ban will have on the tourism industry in California, and the governor’s office did not respond to a request for comment.
It remains to be seen if this executive order will have an impact on the state’s tourism industry.
The Associated Press reports that the California Department of Transportation is considering implementing the ban in areas that do not already have a “bona fide relationship” with the state, including the U:The Associated Press reported that the agency is also considering adding the travel restriction to the state constitution.
If it does so, the new rule would apply to any person in California who has been convicted of a federal crime or is in the United States illegally.
California’s travel ban, which is already in effect, was signed into law in 2018 and will be in effect through February 20, 2019.
The governor is expected on Wednesday to sign an Executive order restricting the travel of anyone with terrorist ties, with those with a criminal history or with “significant” ties to ISIS or Al Qaeda.
The president is expected in Los Angeles on Wednesday morning to sign a bill expanding the ban to include all U.K.-based citizens and residents.
The bill passed the California state legislature on March 7.