Sigh:Right to get together for a legal common cause or purpose without interference. While a government may not prohibit its citizens from joining a particular organization, the organization may be prohibited from accepting some and excluding others. Freedom of religion is included under freedom of association.
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There isn't even a single case of where "individual relationships" are addressed under freedom of association cases. Which makes your statement completely ignorant of what it actually entails.When the right to be free from compelled association is exercised on the basis of race, gender, religion, or sexual orientation, competing constitutional rights clash. Such was the dilemma faced by the Court in roberts v. united states jaycees, 468 U.S. 609, 104 S. Ct. 3244, 82 L. Ed. 2d 462 (1984). The Jaycees is a national organization whose bylaws limited full membership to men age eighteen to thirty-five. When a group of women challenged their exclusion, this policy was held unconstitutional. The Court found that the state's interest in eliminating gender discrimination outweighed the male Jaycees' interest in freedom from compelled association. Although the Court reiterated its position that freedom of association is fundamental, it also stated that such freedom is not absolute: "Infringements on that right may be justified by regulations adopted to serve compelling state interests, unrelated to the suppression of ideas, that cannot be achieved through means significantly less restrictive of associational freedoms."
A repetition of an ignorant statement stemmed from your ignorance of what "freedom of association" stands for.That really has nothing to do with the individual relations of people and the desire to not provide service to them. If you must fall back on contracts that are forced on people if they desire to start a business then I would not consider your argument a strong one.
Discrimination in Public Accommodations - FindLawNo, there is no such thing as a business open to the public.
Government-owned/operated facilities and services. Government-owned facilities include courthouses, jails, hospitals, parks, and other places owned and operated by federal, state and local government. Government-operated services, programs, or activities provided by federal, state, or local governments include transportation systems and government benefits programs (such as welfare assistance).
Privately-owned/operated businesses and buildings. Privately-owned businesses and facilities that offer certain goods or services to the public -- including food, lodging, gasoline, and entertainment -- are considered public accommodations for purposes of federal and state anti-discrimination laws. For purposes of disability discrimination, the definition of a "public accommodation" is even more broad, encompassing most businesses that are open to the public (regardless of type).
- See more at: Discrimination in Public Accommodations - FindLawStill making things up to see what sticks? Okay here, I'll 'splain to ya slowly: As you're not using these resources without paying for them, you have no right to begin using them. If people could use these resources without paying, you'd have a point. As they don't, you don't.Hardly. If you must be provided service then ultimately the business must use their resources to make this happen.