“Bans on Political Discrimination in Places of Public Accommodation and Housing”
This new article of mine is now out, in the NYU Journal of Law & Liberty. The Introduction:
In several major cities and counties, in some territories, perhaps in the whole states of California and Montana, and to a small extent in Minnesota, private businesses may not discriminate against patrons based on certain kinds of political activities. In most of these jurisdictions (plus in South Carolina), it’s also illegal to discriminate based on political activities in housing (and sometimes in commercial real estate transactions). Some of these bans are narrow, just protecting the decisions to belong to or support a political party. Others are broader, applying to political advocacy more generally, including political advocacy on the business’s premises.
I don’t know whether these rul
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