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While you may not live in an area with access to food trucks, in areas where there are food trucks there can be disputes between traditional brick and mortar restaurants and such trucks. Recently, Baltimore City imposed restrictions on food trucks limiting them from operating within 300 feet of any retail business establishment that is primarily engaged in selling the same type of food product, other merchandise, or services (Art. 15 § 17-33). Food truck operators challenged this law in circuit court and the law was recently found void for vagueness; the court also rejected arguments that the law violated Maryland Declaration of Rights protections of due process and equal protection.Read More