BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Two Baltimore food trucks will file a lawsuit challenging the city’s proximity ban that prevents mobile vendors from operating within 300 feet of a brick-and-mortar business that sells the same type of food.

Involved in the suit are the Pizza di Joey food truck, the Madame BBQ food truck and the Institute for Justice.

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“The 300-foot rule arbitrarily treats food trucks differently based on what they sell,” according to a news release from the Institute for Justice. “So while a taco truck would be banned from operating near a Mexican restaurant, a gyro truck could park right out front. The law makes absolutely no sense—and it is unconstitutional.”

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The suit will be announced Wednesday morning at West Shore Park on Light Street.

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