The District of Columbia enacted an ordinance that made it unlawful for any hotel to exclude any licensed taxicab driver
The District of Columbia enacted an ordinance that made it unlawful for any hotel to exclude any licensed taxicab driver from picking up passengers at hotel taxicab stands. The Washington Hilton did not have to operate a taxicab stand on its property but elected to do so for the convenience of its guests. The hotel was dissatisfied with the quality of service provided by some of the taxicab drivers and with the cleanliness of some of their vehicles. The hotel wanted to discriminate against some taxis in favor of others. It wanted to require cab drivers to obtain permits and pay an annual fee to use the hotel’s taxicab stand. The city’s attorney was consulted about these plans and ruled that they violated the Taxicab Act. Does this ordinance constitute a taking of the hotel’s property by the district?
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