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I may be missing your point. In the article, that you posted, it states that the man was discriminated against because he was doing an open carry of his weapon in this coffee shop. I believe this implies that the business didn't have the right to kick him out. Personally, I think he should be kicked out, because the business is establishing a rule that they don't want people showing their guns. The only discrimination I could imagine would be if another person or police officer was to sit down and get service while openly carrying a firearm. Then perhaps he would have a case of discrimination. This is why I asked if they have the same policy for all customers including police officers.