The whole thing is nonsense. We are not supposed to have laws that dictate how we practice our Faith, and those involved in Civil Rights ought to understand that. However, I don’t think we can make issues of Faith law either. I always thought owners of a business reserved the right to deny service to anyone.
Stores and restruants do it for improper clothing or lack of shoes, I have even seen businesses post the fact that they reserve the right to refuse service to anyone. Some places don’t want kids tagging along, clothing stores don’t let you bring in food. If I had a business I would have things I would not want going on from customers and I would expect to be allowed to show them the door.
Still, I doubt I would refuse to provide a service to someone because of SSA. I just can’t go there. Dangerous or threatening behavior I would show a person doing that the door, no shirt no shoes, out you go, coming in totally wasted on drugs or alcohol, out you go; trying to shop lift…be glad I show you the way out, other than that I really don’t care to make it my business.