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Public Bus Driver can refuse to carry that person drinking acohol.

Reader comment on item: Don't Bring That Booze into My Taxi
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Submitted by Brian C. Hoff (United States), Oct 11, 2006 at 04:02

Many city owned buses companies gave the driver the right to pick up passengers who are totally drunk or drink alohol from a open can or bottle. Public safety is the reason. This is not a 1st Amendment issue at all. Do you want than drunk lawyer handling your case in a court of law, or than drunk doctor operate on than person in a hostipal. Or a drunk bus driver to drive your buses. Christian religion does not give you the right to get total drunk by drinking wine and acoholic drinks.

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