A medical student in New York has been prohibited from traveling to North Carolina to participate in a pharmacy program due to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s ban on non-essential government travel to the state due to his objections to its “bathroom bill,” which restricts men from using women’s restrooms and vice versa. University of Buffalo pharmacy student Christine

Piccione had desired to perform her rotations at UNC Chapel Hill, which she believes has the best pharmacy program in the country. But as the University of Buffalo is part of the State University of New York (SUNY) system, she was told by SUNY legal counsel that her visit would be considered state-sponsored travel, and would therefore be prohibited. READ MORE