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the real issue is all the same - private property is regulated and taxed. The rest is the consequence. If we had private schools without gov licenses and no big property taxes to support public schools, then any private school could require tracking divices as much as it wants. For example, if parents who pay for such a school want that.

But confusion is wide spread. Demanding individual liberty on public property is also favorite for Blue Republicans and Alex Jones populists who separate "civil rights" from private property rights.