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Street vendors peddling sunglasses, incense and handmade jewelry along the famous Venice Boardwalk are preparing for eviction. The Los Angeles City Council has voted to severely limit the amount of commercial selling that takes place at the tourist attraction. But removing the unregulated merchants could mean the loss of its bohemian draw.
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