Hepatitis A Growing • Illegal Alien Underground Economy in Los Angeles, CA

By - Shirley Husar On Aug 23, 2017

Hepatitis A Growing • Illegal Alien Underground Economy in Los Angeles, CA

Street vending is not yet legal in LA. The liberal progressives have used brainwashing techniques on the locals, reducing our ability to fight for what is right. Instead, progressives demand that we accept what they have done to us. One example of how Los Angelenos are being put at risk involves laws about selling food and merchandize on the sidewalks.

These exist due to sanitation concerns, including the threat of hepatitis A. Street vending is not yet legal in LA; it will take months to finalize a permit system for sidewalk vendors. But is anyone looking at sanitation and the conditions relating to public health, especially the provision of clean hands and lack of water and adequate sewage for these street vendors?

The reason for the sidewalk food ban was always supposedly sanitation, or the lack thereof. So it was surprising when in February, the city council voted 13-0 to change the laws regulating street vending in Los Angeles.

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