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Topic - Che Ruddell-Tabisola
The D.C. Council on Tuesday approved emergency legislation to address regulations for the city's food trucks, bringing a peaceful compromise to a three-year battle between brick-and-mortar restaurants and the popular mobile vendors.
"It's a great thing for food trucks and a great thing for the District," said Che Ruddell-Tabisola, owner of BBQ Bus and spokesman for the Food Truck Association of Metropolitan Washington. "The D.C. Council moved forward on something they've been trying to close for years."