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Some in Calif. Town Have No Stomach for Vendors

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Some in Calif. Town Have No Stomach for Vendors

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Some in Calif. Town Have No Stomach for Vendors

Some in Calif. Town Have No Stomach for Vendors

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As the Latino population surges across the country, so do the ranks of roving street vendors selling Mexican food. In some communities, they're edging out sit-down restaurants. That's creating conflict in Salinas, Calif.

Scott Shafer reports for member station KQED in San Francisco.