I was born here, and fortunately our constitution does not allow you or me to simply kick someone out. Because I have a feeling who would get kicked out, based upon how large swaths of territory voted...
Basically, they're doing what everybody did before the government injected itself into every facet of life. "Autonomous vehicle testing permit?" Who is the government to say they know more about autonomous vehicle testing than the people actually creating it?
With this great liberty comes risk, of course. The moment someone gets run over, the jig is up.
I think it's probably a good thing too, but will it stand the test of judicial review?
If I am a business and I want to put a non-disparagement clause or review gag order into my contracts, I don't see why I can't. Nobody is forced to do business with me, and they entered knowingly (presumably) into the agreement.
So these people are "pro-choice" and others are "pro-life." Doesn't it make sense if you're an ideologue to take away the positive connotations of "pro" and even "life" by calling your opponents "anti-choice?"