LOS ANGELES A judge here reportedly has overturned a county ordinance that required taco trucks and other mobile food vendors to relocate every hour or face steep fines. The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved the rule in April after restaurant owners complained that food vendors were parking near their establishments and stealing business.Under an earlier rule, catering trucks had to move every 30 minutes, but the fine for violators was only $60, which many vendors ...
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