Gov. Terry McAuliffe, D-Va., has effectively sidelined all home school athletes in the state who’d like to compete for their public high school. For the third year in a row, McAuliffe has vetoed the so-called “Tebow bill,” which would overturn a state ban on home-school students participating in high school sports and other interscholastic activities.

McAuliffe said doing so “would disrupt the level playing field Virginia’s public schools have developed over the past century” and codify “academic inequality” because home-school students don’t satisfy the same academic criteria as public school students. READ MORE