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If businesses can’t discriminate, why is it OK for the state to?

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If businesses can’t discriminate, why is it OK for the state to?

The issue of the “Wandering Dago” food vendor truck reveals a bit of a double standard imposed by the state Office of General Services and NYRA [New York Racing Association] toward its owners [Nov. 9 Gazette].

For businesses, there cannot be any discrimination toward clientele on the basis of race, religion, sexual orientation, etc. For instance, no business owner can ever ...

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biwemple
November 13, 2013
1:17 p.m.

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Perhaps NYRA did not want to repeat a bit of history with what happened to the defunct Sambo's restaurant chain. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sambo's> If NYRA allowed them to be at the track, then they could get dragged into a possible lawsuit just by association. Just a guess here...

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