On Monday, California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law a measure to temporarily ban all flights from the Golden State to Hawaii.
The move comes just days after President Donald Trump tweeted that he would sign a new travel ban “in the near future.”
In his first executive order in office, Trump banned travelers from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen from entering the United States for 90 days.
The ban is part of a broad crackdown on the countrys first lady, first daughter, daughter-in-law, and a host of other senior officials who have been seen as having close ties to Tehran.
The order is a significant blow to California’s tourism industry, which relies on tourism and business travelers for its revenues.
California’s first lady and former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is a regular visitor to the state, and it has been the target of an international travel ban from Iran since January.
It is the first time in U.C. Davis history that the university will not allow students to travel to the Golden Stork.
The school has long been known for its rich cultural and culinary offerings, but it also has struggled with a recent spike in cases of foodborne illness.
“This is about ensuring that our state remains a place of refuge and prosperity for Californians, and to provide comfort and security for all Californians,” the university said in a statement.
“We are committed to a healthy environment for our students and staff, and we continue to work diligently to meet the needs of those who visit us, our visitors and our campus.”
The school said it was working with the university and the state health department to “address concerns about the new order.”
The university will provide updates on the situation as soon as they are available.
This article was updated to include information from Cal State Davis.