I walked by Gingers (local bar in trouble with the city) today and noticed a sign that went pretty much like this:
Must be 25 or older to enter. 21 to 24 must be members.
Pretty straightforward example of age discrimination it seems to me. Now lest there be any misunderstanding, I think Gingers ought to be able do business with whomever they please. But I am not so sure the law is quite so accommodating.
Now I don't think for one second that Gingers wants to discriminate against young people. Rather, this is a preemptive move to please the city council that is threatening to take away their liquor license.
Just another example of the city forcing or at least nudging businesses to discriminate.
Maybe its time to revoke the city's discrimination license.