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D.C. Council committee applies food tax to trucks

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Your lunchtime street food likely will start costing you a little more this fall.The D.C. Council's Committee on Finance and Revenue unanimously passed a bill Thursday that will force food trucks to charge the same 10 percent sales taxes paid by brick-and-mortar restaurants. The measure is expected to pass the full council and will take effect Oct. 1."We've always said we'll collect sales tax...

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