Do you think that a cab driver has any right to decide who he wants to conduct business with, or is his acceptance (under threat of not being allowed to do business at all) of the state's* license disable all of his rights?
Iwould be moreinclined to agree with you if the common carrier is a corporation (like say, Amtrak...) but if it'sjust a guyin his cabit might be different. Remember a few years back there was a big stink in NYC because cabbies were refusing to pick up guys who looked like thugs, most of whom were black. The city actually put undercover black cops on the street to hail cabs and bust any that didn't stop for them. The idea that cabbies (who are disarmed, of course) have any right to make decisions regarding how they run their business, even with regard to their own safety, was drowned out in all the "civil rights"BS flung about by clowns like Danny Glover. I don't want to be one of those clowns.
Just because RKBA is my personal pet cause doesn't make it moreimportant than other peoples' inalienable rights.
*"state" here is a general term for any government, local, state or federal