I have no objection to the “religious liberty” bill provided that a business wishing to discriminate against certain people on religious or other grounds not be allowed to masquerade as open to the public when it clearly wouldn’t be.
It must carry a notice in readable type in all its advertising that says whom the business will not serve. Moreover, such notice of its refusal to serve particular segments of society would also be noted in an obvious sign on the front of the business location.
Karen E. Haller
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