A man named Martin Quintana has been trying to open a taco place in a strip mall in Fort Wayne.  But he ran into some red tape thanks to a contract that limits the type of restaurants allowed.

It says you can only open a place that sells "made-to-order or subway style sandwiches."  So he sued, claiming tacos and burritos ARE sandwiches.  (The contract was designed to prevent big fast-food chains from moving in.)

His case has been making its way through the legal system, and a superior court judge just ruled on Monday . . . that YES, they're sandwiches.

There could still be an appeal, and the next judge might disagree.  But he ruled that tacos and burritos are basically just "Mexican-style sandwiches." 

(WANE / The Hill)


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