Carla De Paz

organizer with LA Street Vendor Campaign

Carla De Paz on KCRW

More than a month ago, the LA City Council voted to crack down on vendors selling food without a permit, which essentially shut down this sector of our so-called informal economy.

Vendors push LA City Council to allow them to sell food on the streets

More than a month ago, the LA City Council voted to crack down on vendors selling food without a permit, which essentially shut down this sector of our so-called informal economy.

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