The Great Taco Truck War of Ought-Eight has finally and officially ended. After a judge ruled that the law requiring taco trucks to move every hour or face steep fines and possible jail time was "too vague" to uphold, the county supervisors, of course, wanted it reinstated, but on Friday the LA County district attorney's office said it will not appeal. Thus, the fight is over and the taco truck vendors win. "After all, they're not selling porn, they're not selling drugs, all they're selling is food," attorny Phil Greenwald said. "Carne asada is not a crime." Phil, at least credit the Save Our Taco Trucks boys for that line. [AP; previously]
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