Yes / the transportation of persons is commerce under the commerce clause.
Congress held hearings stating that if people are refused food they will not
travel thus affecting interstate commerce. Therefore congress has the authority to
regulate restaurants in this way
under its commerce clause powers. Once the court finds a rational basis for
holding a chosen regulatory scheme necessary to the protection of interstate
commerce the only inquiry is whether the facts fit the scheme.3
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