Vermont’s LGBT-related travel ban to cost Mississippi economy $559

VERMONT PROUD: Revelers display their pride at a gay pride parade in Vermont.
 
MONTPELIER, Vt. — Vermont is one of four states to have banned employee travel to Mississippi and North Carolina, but expense reimbursement data show the Green Mountain State’s bark is worse than its bite.
According to information from the Agency of Administration, Vermont’s travel ban against Mississippi will cost that state’s economy about $559 annually. The hit to North Carolina will cost the state’s economy about $14,265.
Gov. Peter Shumlin banned employee travel after those states passed laws pertaining to religious liberty and transgender bathroom use.
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