A business owner’s policy (also businessowner’s policy, business homeowners policy or BOP) is a special kind of business insurance designed for small and medium-sized businesses. Nonetheless, if they deny the job just because they are a girl or a minority, then that IS a clear violation of the rights guaranteed to them by the Constitution. The Constitutional rights are protection from the government and do not dictate non-public trade in that means.\n\nWhere in the Constitution is the federal government given the specific power to control the hiring and firing practices of NON-PUBLIC businesses and to determine who they have to serve with their goods and companies. I am unable to find anything there that states that the Federal government can control a non-public business.\n\nYou might be causing real harm to me because of your bigotry (the broad you, not you you), while I am not causing real harm to you by requiring you to suppress your bigotry. I’m an for a flat/honest consumption tax and eliminating federal subsidies and most, if not all, federal applications… now on that point we are able to take off the table for this discussion.\n\nIf someone followed my example in the article, they’d more than likely go out of business. Your argument from the tax payers viewpoint should not be a difficulty, as we are talking a couple of non-public company. And again, there isn’t any ennumerated power given to the federal government to be involved with these items.
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