Home Truck Store Maryland’s highest court rules against food trucks, upholds Baltimore City’s ’300-foot rule’

Maryland’s highest court rules against food trucks, upholds Baltimore City’s ’300-foot rule’

“As Food Truck owners, we encounter many obstacles on a daily basis due to being mobile, not to even begin mentioning the licenses needed to operate on a county by county level, having restrictions on top of it, especially ones that are vague, makes it even harder to serve our customers,” the statement read.

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