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D.C. Council member Vincent B. Orange (center), at-large Democrat, confers with aides before introducing an emergency amendment to bridge the divide between food trucks and bricks-and-mortar restaurants. "This represents a fair compromise. Hopefully we can put this to bed after many years of working on this," he said. (Andrew S. Geraci, The Washington Times)

D.C. Council member Vincent B. Orange (center), at-large Democrat, confers with aides before introducing an emergency amendment to bridge the divide between food trucks and bricks-and-mortar restaurants. "This represents a fair compromise. Hopefully we can put this to bed after many years of working on this," he said. (Andrew S. Geraci, The Washington Times)

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