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Source: Washington Post

Pauly Moley, a freshman Republican member of the Arizona House of Representatives, has recently said in an interview with the Arizona Capitol Times that he wants to repeal a state law that obligates young people to attend school.

Moley argues that “education is still a privilege, and the kids who don’t want to be there are a larger distraction to the kids who do want to be there.”

Although every U.S. state requires some schooling for kids, Moley believes that in today’s society, “we basically force [education] down everybody’s throats.”

Read full story: Washington Post

 

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