While the story of 13-year-old Nathan Duszynski and his struggles to open a hot dog cart in downtown Holland captured national and international attention, the issue of restrictive zoning ordinances that can harm people on the bottoms rungs of the economic ladder and put up barriers to prosperity is a much larger issue in cities across the country.

Senior Attorney Derk Wilcox explains why in this Holland Sentinel Op-Ed today.

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