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@Michael Boldin Right. Go to the TSA checkpoint and tell them to let you in. See how far you get. The area past the checkpoint IS NOT public. You can get in if you have a boarding pass, or gate pass, but that still does not make it open to the public. It's a fine distinction, for sure, but it is what it is.
2 years ago on Rematch: Texas takes on the TSA Again
as part of a determination of whether to grant another person access to a publicly accessible venue or form of transportation" So, big problem here: the secure area inside an airport IS NOT a publicly accessible venue. And airlines ARE NOT a form of public transportation.