Md. high court upholds Baltimore’s food truck restriction

Maryland’s top court Monday upheld the constitutionality of a Baltimore ordinance that bans food truck vendors from operating within 300 feet of restaurants selling similar edibles. The Court of Appeals said the “300-foot rule” is “rationally related” to the city’s legitimate interest in ensuring the economic vibrancy of its commercial districts and their restaurants. The rule ...

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