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I think this also opens the

I think this also opens the door to a major problem of private establishments not having freedom to run their business the way they want. If a "public place" is treated differently even though it's private property, then you get laws like bars not being allowed to let people smoke (major killer of business around here a couple years back) and arbitrary restrictions supposedly in the benefit of "the public". But the public is totally choosing to be there, so why should the owner not be able to run things the way he sees fit as long as he doesn't force anyone to be there or try to take their rights away somewhere else?