SACRAMENTO (AP) — California is banning state-funded travel to Oklahoma because of policies it considers discriminatory toward LGBT people.

Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced the ban Friday in response to a policy adopted in Oklahoma last month that allows private adoption and foster agencies to deny placements based on religious or moral grounds.

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Opponents say it’s designed to discriminate against same-sex couples or LGBT parents. Oklahoma’s Catholic bishops support the law.

Becerra’s decision is based on a 2017 California law that bans state-funded or state-sponsored travel to states that authorize discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.

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California already bars official travel to Texas, Alabama, South Dakota, Kentucky, North Carolina, Kansas, Mississippi and Texas.

Collegiate California sports teams have still attended games in the states.

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