Itinerant art vendors clogging New York’s public parks will be limited by new rules that cap their numbers. The regulations were upheld in federal court on Friday, but vendors plan an appeal. The new rules set aside specific spots for the sale of “materials or objects with expressive content” in Battery Park, Union Square Park, the High Line Park, and heavily trafficked areas on Central Park.
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