Judge: Baltimore food truck restrictions too vague to enforce

A Baltimore judge ruled Wednesday that the city's proximity ban on mobile vendors is unconstitutionally vague and cannot be enforced. Two food truck owners sued in Baltimore City Circuit Court last year alleging the 300-foot rule, which prevents them from operating near a restaurant selling the same cuisine, violated the Maryland Declaration of rights by effectively barring them ...

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