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Wandering Dago food truck’s lawsuit to continue

Owners challenge removal from track

Valerie Zemba of the Wandering Dago food truck, left, takes care of a customer while Aurora Debrowski, 1, and her grandmother Felicia Cataldo of Ballston Spa, wait in line at the Food Truck Rodeo in Saratoga on July 30.
Valerie Zemba of the Wandering Dago food truck, left, takes care of a customer while Aurora Debrowski, 1, and her grandmother Felicia Cataldo of Ballston Spa, wait in line at the Food Truck Rodeo in Saratoga on July 30.
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Wandering Dago’s First Amendment case against the New York Racing Association and several officials from the state Office of General Services will advance along with several other claims the owners of the food truck made in their federal lawsuit, a U.S. District Court judge ruled this week. Judge Mae D’Agostino also ruled owners Andrea Loguidice and Brandon Snooks can bring their state and federal equal protection claims against several state officials involved in the decision ...


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