I understand what you're saying and I agree to an extent. I believe each state has the right to decide whether each students education meets their standards. That's in theirr best interest of the residents of that particular state. But I DON'T believe each state has the right to state approve an out of state program. Regarding the taxes issue I also think differently on because if you bought something from Texas then you should be paying their state taxes not the state that you live in. The item came from a store in Texas, not a store in Nevada. This makes no sense, it's like saying I'm visiting New Hampshire and I buy a dress there and the store wants to charge me CA taxes. It makes no sense. Again, with the case of online schools each state has a right to evaluate a graduates nursing education to make sure it meets their standards. But that state doesn't have a right to approve an out of state online school.