The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors took the first step toward approving a proposal to require mobile food vendors to post letter grades reflecting their most recent inspection, as brick-and-mortar restaurants must do. The board reportedly voted unanimously Tuesday to approve the plan, which is scheduled for a final vote next week. The measure has been strongly supported by food truck operators throughout the region, who argue that the letter grades would further legitimize their ...

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