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Challenge to law requiring educational courses be certified was viable (access required)

Where a state law prohibited plaintiffs from offering certain postsecondary educational programs without obtaining certification, plaintiffs could proceed on their claim that the law violated their First Amendment rights, but they were unable to demonstrate a likelihood of success on the merits sufficient to receive a preliminary injunction. Background Plaintiffs Jonathan McGlothian and his wife, Tracy McGlothian, ...