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Can a store owner deny you access to their services and premises for no reason?

Question Details: I went to the store near my house the owner denied me service. Also he told his employees to not allow me in the store. I have never stole,caused a scene, loitering has never taken place, and I have never harassed any other customers or been loud and obnoxious. I feel that he is simply denying me service because he does not like me, why I have no idea but it's literally amazing how I can be denied and kicked out for literally no reason besides the fact he says, "Because I don't want you here, leave". Is this even legal to do?

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