So no, Business doesn't have that right, and by that reasoning you should oppose unions having that right, similarly.
They are now dead. Three cheers for Walmart. Now that the council took this action, lets see how many other retailers and large stores decide that maintaining anything inside the city limits is no longer viable. Good thing for many that it is a small area and Walmart and others can simply build outside the city and still get the cities customers.
Be sure to work hard and get lots of overtime. People on welfare want more steaks and free upgrades to smart phones with unlimited data packages.
Read more: Walmart says it will kill plans to build 3 new stores if DC wage bill passes | Fox NewsThe bill is backed by worker advocates and unions that say employees of big-box stores should earn a "living wage." It applies only to stores doing business in spaces of 75,000 feet or more.
It would require such stores to pay every employee no less than $12.50 an hour, up from D.C.'s current minimum wage of $8.25.
Are you claiming they cannot use government to force the business to pay a certain wage, or that they can. Which is it? It appears to be the can, and are certainly trying.