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9:31 AM PDT on August 28, 2008

Save the Taco Trucks

Gloria Molina's anti taco legislation has been overturned by forward-thinking, pro-taco judge Dennis A. Aichroth. Taco trucks in unincorporated areas of the city are now free to remain parked in their usual spots, much to the consternation of Molina's anti-taquero forces, who vowed to not give up their fight against the taco lifestyle.

The battle has been won, but the war is not over. Molina's forces are regrouping and have publicly stated that community outrage over the legislation will not sway them one way or another. They pledge to keep using every weapon at their disposal, and taco lovers around the Southland will meet them at every turn, equally determined to preserve the taco lifestyle.

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