CHICAGO, IL – Mayor Rahm Emanuel is proposing bringing food trucks to O’Hare and Midway International Airports. On Wednesday the mayor “introduced an ordinance that authorizes aviation commissioner Ginger Evans to establish areas at O’Hare and Midway where food trucks could remain without having to move every two hours, as is required on Chicago streets,” according to the Sun-Times.

A legal battle over the city’s food truck laws has been going on for months (see the Reader‘s cover story this week), and alderman Proco Joe Moreno has already proposed an ordinance that would allow trucks to stay in the same location for six hours, tripling the current limit.