Food truck operators overturn ordinance

LOS ANGELES A Los Angeles city ordinance passed in 2006 limited the amount of time a food truck could remain parked. That ordinance had strong support from restaurant owners who considered the trucks unfair competition.

With the help of some /*UCLA*/ law students, the city ordinance was overturned.

The law students say the city of Los Angeles overstepped its legal authority by approving the ordinance. The students claimed /*food trucks*/ are largely regulated by the state.

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