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Maryland food trucks look to streamline licensing process

Maryland food trucks look to streamline licensing process

If Dave Pulford wanted to serve sliders from his food truck anywhere in Maryland, he would have to obtain 24 licenses — one for each of the state's counties and Baltimore City. A new bill in the General Assembly would mean he would only need one to operate across the state.

Pulford, owner of the Upslidedown Dave food truck and president of the Maryland Mobile Food Vending Association, is one of the major proponents of a piece of legislation that would streamline the process by which food trucks are licensed. Instead of requiring the trucks to be licensed separately in every county in which they operate, it would only require food trucks to be licensed and inspected once in one...

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