The entire concept of private business, or even individual citizens, policing the activities and services offered to others is a dangerous precedent, and ripe for abuse. A local feed store was prosecuted for selling a raw material for meth, a material that also had other legal uses. The business was convicted for not verifying the material was being used for a legal purpose.
Does Home Depot or Lowes now have to verify any purchase will be used for a legal purpose? Or must every car dealer, or even a private seller, verify that a car being purchased will be used only for a legal purpose? I sell communications equipment that, so far as I know, is used for legal purposes, but what if some of that equipment is somehow diverted and used to support an illegal enterprise? Should I be responsible? Expecting businesses and individuals to be cops is a dangerous precedent. As with FedeX, I will cooperate with the cops, but I have no intention of taking on responsibilities that rightly belong to the cops.
As others have suggested, the word corruption comes to mind when considering some of the areas where government is now sticking their nose. And what else would we expect out of Chicago, either directly or indirectly?