refuse to associate with

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Of course a private company has a right to refuse to associate with whomever it chooses, but KPFA's rationale for canceling Dawkins's speech is illogical and immoral.
The Supreme Court has repeatedly held that groups with an "expressive message" may refuse to associate with other groups if doing so helps them further their message.
The letter states: "It has been continually mooted that the press/media in the shape of Messrs Brian Donald and Ewing Grahame should be ostracised and our officials and council members refuse to associate with them.