INCREDIBLE! AZ Gov Ducey Stands Up For Cosmetology Student Helping Homeless Vets [Video]

[VIDEO] The Republican governor of Arizona just intervened to help a cosmetology student who had run afoul of government bureaucrats. Student Juan Carlos Montes de Oca of Tucson felt the need to give free haircuts to homeless veterans, The State cosmetology board wanted to levy a fine upon him. The full force of the State government reached out to shut him down. Enter Governor Doug Ducey to the rescue. Do not miss the video.

As Written and Reported by Hank Berrien for the Daily Wire:

Republican governor of Arizona, Doug Ducey, saw a law preventing a young cosmetology student from helping homeless veterans by trimming their hair so they could be better applicants for jobs, and decided to do something about it.

Juan Carlos Montes de Oca, a cosmetology student from Tucson, volunteered at Camp Bravo, where homeless veterans congregate, to give the veterans haircuts. As Camp Bravo’s director said, “He’s part of the family here.”

Then the state cosmetology board fired off a letter to Montes de Oca to cease and desist, because he had not yet graduated from cosmetology school and was operating without a license. He was told to appear in court in Phoenix.

As The Daily Signal reports:

The Arizona Capitol Times reported a state law requires 1,000 hours of training at a state-licensed school in order to style hair. State Rep. Michelle Ugenti-Rita, a Republican, said that cosmetology licenses can cost up to $10,000, adding that not holding one does not pose a public health or safety issues since blow-drying hair does not require scissors or use of chemicals or dyes.

Ducey said, “We want to hold Juan Carlos out as a hero, as someone who’s making a positive …..


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