DC Government Doesn’t Pay The Wage Rate Imposed On Wal-Mart

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Washington, DC’s city council must have some understanding of market forces and wage rates. Otherwise, how do you explain this?

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Last week, the Council approved a measure that would require Walmart and other large retailers doing business in the District to pay a “living wage” of $12.50 per hour.

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But… uh oh. Hypocrisy alert.

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District government pays less than $12.50 per hour.

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According to the D.C. Department of Human Resources, some full-time school maintenance workers and custodians make $11.75 per hour. The rate for a clerk at the University of the District of Columbia is $10.40.

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Council members went to great lengths to criticize Walmart’s pay scale. They should have taken care of their own business first. (Read More)

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Typical “do as we say, not as we do” liberals.

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