Common Sense Law Means No More Tickets for Kids’ Lemonade Stands

Common Sense Law Means No More Tickets for Kids’ Lemonade Stands

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Lemonade Stand Twitter Pat Long

Youthful entrepreneurs like this one should be lifting their glasses to toast the Louisiana legislature after lawmakers unanimously voted to protect their sidewalk lemonade stands.

Legislators were appalled when they learned that city police had been ticketing kids for not having a business license to run the entrepreneurial stands.

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State Senator Gary Smith of Norco introduced the bill that exempts any business making less than $500 a year from an occupational license. Lawmakers in both the house and senate unanimously passed the bill, and Governor Bill Edwards will be signing it into law.

It’ll take effect August 1, during some of the hottest days of summer when a glass of lemonade will taste the best.

(Photo: Pat Long, Twitter)
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