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Thu Nov 24, 2022, 12:38 PM

10. I read some of the decision, and I think its a good one.

The flip side example, no it is not perfect but its the same premise.

A state says you cant have booze or weed on private property unless the owner posts a sign saying its ok. Well you cant even go on the parking lot of the corner gas station to get gas due to the edible in the glove box. But you cant even enter the parking lot to find out if there is a sign saying its ok unless you risk getting charged.

I am all for private property rights, business owners can say no guns, no smoking, no drinking, shirt and shoes required. But with out signs saying shirt and shoes required you cant complain when someone walks in with out shoes on.

How would we feel if a state said its a crime to walk in to every store with a mask on ( due to robbery but applies to covid ), unless the owner says masks are ok. Oh btw it would be a crime to even enter the parking lot with a mask on to look to see if masks are okay.

Yes I am exaggerating but its is the same type of law.

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