Some in Calif. Town Have No Stomach for Vendors As America's 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.
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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

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.