This is a work in progress. It has not yet been ratified (at least not officially), and as such suggested amendments are welcome.
A business proprietor shall have the right to refuse service to any patron for any reason
(a) except when the reason is that the patron is carrying a loaded firearm;
(1) unless the patron is African-American.
A business shall be free to operate independent of government regulation
(a) except record labels, movie studios, publishers, broadcasters, and anyone else who might print or publish dirty words or ladynipples.
A for-profit business is a religious institution, and entitled to religious freedom
(a) except Muslim businesses, which shouldn’t be built where they might offend Christians
(b) abortion clinics, contraceptive providers, and porn shops: see Article 4(a)
A business, as a person, has a right to free and unrestricted speech
(a) provided said speech takes the form of:
(2) Campaign contributions or advertising
In a time of national crisis, a corporation has the right to control what the public knows without interference from the press or regulatory bodies
When it is good for profits, a business may seize property from unincorporated persons
Nothing in this enumerated list should be interpreted to limit the rights of businesses in the quest for ever-expanding profits.
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