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Taco Truck Wars: Back On

Now that the County supervisors are back from vacation, the taco truck law is an issue again. The law limiting trucks to 60 minutes in unincorporated areas of the LA County was overturned last month by a superior court judge who said the language was "too ambiguous to be enforceable." And just as suspected, the supervisors want it reinstated. "All there is to say right now is that we have filed a motion for reconsideration, requesting that the court reconsider its previous ruling," said Deputy District Attorney Steven Gates. He declined to discuss the basis of Monday's appeal but said the county requested a hearing Sept. 19. [AP/Google; previously]

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