California state-funded visits to North Dakota, now banned, appear to be few, far between

California isn’t North Dakota dreamin’.

Past trips of Golden State officials and agency employees to the northern prairie state appear to be scant, according to results of Tribune inquiries with more than 20 North Dakota state agencies and business groups.

California Attorney General Rob Bonta last month announced that North Dakota, Montana and three other states will join a list of places where state-funded travel is prohibited under a 2016 California law that the state “must take action to avoid supporting or financing discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people.”