The dust is still settling after the debate over Chicago's controversial food truck ordinance, but operators of one type of food vehicle are just now joining the conversation.

The food truck ordinance opened up a new market for tacos, cupcakes and even stuff cooked right on the spot, but major players in the ice cream truck business say their interests weren’t considered as aldermen went back and forth over how to expand street food options while protecting brick-and-mortar restaraunts.

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