Licenses? Religious freedoms? Whatever happened plain old property rights, which included the inherent right to refuse service to anyone for any reason? That concept seems to have been lost over the years as we have focused on "religious" refusals. Why can't a business owner just determine his own rules of engagement? If the marketplace determines he is not serving the public properly, then he will go out of business.
Our Constitution provides that a person's property cannot be taken from them without a payment of fair value for it. Perhaps it is time to challenge some of these laws, including non-smoking laws, on the basis of condemnation without compensation.