A chapter of the Boy Scouts met the definition of a public accommodation under a New Jersey law, and the chapter had revoked the membership of a scoutmaster upon discovering he was a homosexual. He sued under the law claiming the Scouts had discriminated against him because of his sexual orientation, and here too, the Supreme Court held the law violated a First Amendment right--in this case the right of expressive association.
I already posted a link here to a law review article on the serious First Amendment issues that far-reaching state public accommodations laws raise. I realize statists don't like the First Amendment. But they should realize it's not going anywhere.
SO maybe you should study the law a little more. Maybe then you'll stop chanting about cases that are irrelevant
You have no right to sell putrid, spoiled food to your customers potentially harming the public health and safety.
YOU may not want regulations...but we as the public demand it.