Fighting for Food-Truck Freedom

by Jacob Huebert on August 18, 2012
in Economics, Law, U.S. Constitution

My colleagues and I at the Liberty Justice Center recently filed a lawsuit against the City of Evanston, Illinois to challenge the city’s food-truck law, which says that you can only operate a food truck in Evanston if you also own a brick-and-mortar restaurant there.  Obviously, that rule serves just one purpose: to protect restaurants from competition.

Watch the video about our client, Beavers Coffee + Donuts, and the case:

You can also read about the case in the Chicago Tribune and the Chicago Sun-Times. And here’s the Complaint filed in the Cook County Circuit Court.

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