Hot Dog Vendor Shut Down "To Protect Existing Restaurants From Competition"
Chris | InformationLiberation
Here's a good example of "unrestrained free market capitalism destroying America"... oh wait never mind, it's the exact opposite.
MONROE, Mich. (WXYZ) - It's The Dog Pound vs. the City of Monroe, and it's been tied up in a legal battle for nearly two years.
All over a hot dog cart stand.
[...]Detroit attorney John Gillooly, who was hired to represent the city, says a number of reasons went into council's decision not to allow the hot dog cart in downtown Monroe, including protecting existing restaurants from competition and preserving a certain way of life.
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