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Britain Issues Travel Advisory for LGBT Visitors to the U.S: Destinations Pulse for April 21, 2016

Destination & Tourism | Janeen Christoff | April 21, 2016

Britain Issues Travel Advisory for LGBT Visitors to the U.S: Destinations Pulse for April 21, 2016

PHOTO: Raleigh, N.C. (courtesy Thinkstock)

Britain Issues Travel Advisory for LGBT Visitors to the U.S.
Britain is warning its LGBT citizens of traveling to parts of the U.S. The British Foreign Office highlighted recent laws passed in North Carolina and Mississippi and encouraged travelers to avoid potential risky situations.

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