Texas governor signs bill legalizing kids’ lemonade stands

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Kids in Texas will now be able to run lemonade stands without fear of police shutting them down.

Gov. Greg Abbott, a Republican, signed a bill on Monday that legalizes temporary lemonade stands — and other stands selling nonalcoholic drinks — run by minors on private property or in public parks.

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“Here’s a common sense law. We had to pass it because police shut down a lemonade stand here in Texas. ” Abbott said before signing the legislation into law and then holding a glass of lemonade in a video posted to Twitter. “So kids… cheers.”

In 2015, police in the East Texas town of Overton shuttered a lemonade stand run by two sisters because the pair lacked a $150 peddlers’ permit. – READ MORE

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