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D.C. food trucks close for business to protest mayor's regulations

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District food truck owners closed their windows in Farragut Square on Monday to protest new regulations they fear will cripple their business. "This is a vision of the future," said Pascal Halabi, owner of a Mediterranean food truck called Kafta Mania. "If it's not broke, don't fix it." But a spokesman for the Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington dismissed the protest as a stunt,...

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