A day after California officials said they are banning state workers from traveling to Texas on official business, an aide to Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott returned&nbsp;a verbal volley claiming mistreatment of businesses.On Thursday, California Atty. Gen. Xavier Becerra said Texas and three other states were being put on a list of states that had adopted laws seen by Becerra as discriminatory to the LGBT community and therefore were off-limits for state-sponsored travel.That drew a response Friday from John Wittman, Abbott&rsquo;s press secretary."California may be able to stop their state employees, but they can't stop all the businesses that are fleeing over taxation and regulation and relocating to Texas,&rdquo; Wittman said.Becerra put Texas on the travel-ban list after the governor signed HB 3859 last week. The new law allows foster care agencies to deny adoptions and services to children and parents based on &ldquo;sincerely held religious beliefs.&rdquo; Becerra said the measure allows agencies to discriminate against children in foster care and potentially disqualify LGBT families from the state&rsquo;s foster and adoption system.A spokesman for Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin also criticized California officials.&ldquo;It is fascinating that the very same West Coast liberals who rail against the President&rsquo;s executive order, that protects our nation from foreign terrorists, have now contrived their own travel ban aimed at punishing states who don&rsquo;t fall in lockstep with their far-left political ideology,&rdquo; said Woody Maglinger, Bevin&rsquo;s press secretary.Updated at 1:35 pm to include comment from Woody Maglinger.