A New York City judge ruled a bar was legally allowed to refuse service to a Trump supporter wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat. Political affiliation is not protected by state and city law in the way religious beliefs are. Some believe people say you shouldn't be allowed to discriminate against others solely on the basis of their political beliefs. But others argue businesses are allowed to refuse service to anyone, especially if that person is making others feel uncomfortable. What do you think?
Should you be allowed to discriminate against someone for their political beliefs?
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