California Stops Requiring Academic Prerequisites for Horseshoeing Schools
From an Institute for Justice press release:
After more than four years of litigation, Bob Smith and Pacific Coast Horseshoeing School (PCHS) are free to return to teaching horseshoeing to students who have not completed high school or an equivalent government-mandated exam….
“Horseshoeing has nothing to do with calculus, writing or social studies[,” Bob said. “]Horses don’t do math, and horses don’t read books. If you can shoe a horse, you can shoe a horse.” …
No state in the country prevents people from actually shoeing a horse, but California prevented Bob from teaching horseshoeing to certain students. Under California’s so-called “ability-to-benefit” law, schools like Bob’s couldn’t accept students w
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