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District gives Walmart a dose of its own medicine

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The District of Columbia Council members passed a "living wage" law on July 10, forcing certain large businesses to pay a minimum wage of $12.50, more than 50 percent above the current level of $8.25. The most cynical and naive supporters of the measure say it puts more money in workers' pockets, but it's written too narrowly to do that. The measure's sole target is Wal-Mart, which in response...

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