Last year I wrote an e-mail to the powers that be in California asking them when they were going to ban their city and state employees from traveling to Wyoming using state money. I never heard back.

I asked again when California banned state travel to Georgia over their new voting laws... Still nothing.

Here we go again. More states have been "banned," and Wyoming is snubbed again.

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First, let's clear up what is meant by the ban: California’s Democrat Attorney General Rob Bonta had made a list of travel ban states and added five more red states to his no-go list for California state employees.

Bonta's list now includes, for various reasons, Arkansas, Montana, North Dakota, and West Virginia, Texas, Alabama, Idaho, Iowa, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Kentucky, North Carolina, Kansas, Mississippi, Tennessee.

These states are banned for various "WOKE" reasons like not allowing transgendered athletes to compete in sports that do not match with their natural-born sex and voting laws like the ones passed in Georgia.

So, where is Wyoming? We do exist you know, despite rumors to the contrary.

Let's add to that list that Wyoming loves the 2nd amendment, we still push the use of coal, natural gas, and oil. We now have a voter ID law.

Considering how conservative Wyoming is we are just a little embarrassed around the other conservative states. Just what does Wyoming have to do to get on this list?

I actually saw some posts on social media from Wyomingites who were upset that, once again, we did not make "the list."

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Well, fine. I'll try again; this morning I am writing another letter to Rob Bonta of California demanding that Wyoming make the list for a host of reasons. I mean, come on, we have a reputation to protect. I'll let you know how it goes in a future article.

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