Democratic Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs just vetoed a piece of legislation that would have banned teaching Critical Race Theory (CRT) in schools in Arizona. The Daily Caller reports that Senate Bill 1305 would have prohibited the teaching of these controversial materials. Still, Governor Hobbs stepped in to protect the learning of these subjects, and some are wondering why their Governor would do such a thing. The legislation would require a fine of up to $5,000 if a school insisted on teaching that any race “is inherently morally or intellectually superior” to another. The Daily Caller reports that the legislation passed the State House in a 31-29 vote and the State Senate in a 16-12 vote. Then, it ended up on the Governor’s desk, but she ultimately vetoed the legislation. Hobbs put out a press statement on the matter that said: “It is time to stop utilizing students and teachers in culture wars based on fearmongering and unfounded accusations,” [tweet_embed]March 12, 2023[/tweet_embed] She also continued in her press release: “Bills like SB1305 only serve to divide and antagonize. I urge the Legislature to work with me on the real issues affecting Arizona schools: underfunded classrooms, a growing educator retention crisis, and school buildings in need of repair and replacement.” Critical Race Theory is an ideology that states that the United States is an inherently racist country and that the government was founded on racist principles. That makes many people uncomfortable, and they do not appreciate the idea of their children being taught such extreme ideology in public schools. However, Governor Hobbs does not seem to be concerned about that at all. She is still allowing this kind of thing to move forward. The Daily Caller reports that Governors of red states nationwide are doing their best to get CRT banned in their states. However, the Democrat Governor of Arizona is not allowing this thing to go through. This is even though the State House and the State Senate passed the legislation through their chambers. State Republican Sen. J.D. Mesnard spoke with 12 News and said: “[Hobbs’] action today is a slap in the face to parents who came forward with serious concerns about the racism being taught in their children’s classrooms,” Hobbs did not immediately respond to a request for comments on this story from the Daily Caller News Foundation.