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Midwest Food Trucks Face Unfriendly Legislation

May 19, 2011

CLEVELAND, OHIO – Food truck operators face unfriendly legislation in Midwestern cities that keeps them from growing their businesses. In this article from a series on the Midwestern economy titled Changing Gears, legislation in Cleveland only allows food trucks to operate at certain hours in specific areas. In Chicago, a law prohibits food production on a vehicle.

The article is worth a read, so check it out here.

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