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Surveying the Street Food Rules

MSNBC-Maximus.JPGMSNBC reports on the the ups and downs of Seattle's new street food legislation. Charbel Chalhoub, owner of Belltown's Deli Shez Cafe, says "business is down 80 percent since a taco truck set up shop in a nearby parking lot." Meanwhile "first time food entrepreneur" Paul Raney hopes the new rules will assist with his forthcoming Raney Brothers BBQ food truck, set to hit the streets in August. [MSNBC]

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