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Young Tulare entrepreneurs wanting to operate stands selling homemade lemonade or other beverages won’t have to pay for a business license, but there are rules.
For example, they can only do business on school holidays and vacation time, Friday after school and weekends.
Those are two of the 10 requirements in a new ordinance adopted by the Tulare City Council regulating sales by minors. The ordinance comes at the request of Ed Earnest, the father of 8-year-old Daniela, who received national attention in August after city officials shut down her lemonade stand and had her relocate it.
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