In the News: NLG and activists demand an end to criminalizing street vending


"Activists gathered at Los Angeles City Hall Wednesday to urge the city to hold off on fining and citing street vendors while council members consider legalizing the sale of food and wares on public sidewalks.....

Attorneys from the Los Angeles chapter of the National Lawyers Guild said that not only are vendors subject to criminal fines ranging from $300 to $1,000, but they may also be hit with court fees, late fees and other costs." Read full article