New legislation allows Illinois kids to run lemonade stands without permits


Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed a bill into law that ensures children younger than 16 can operate a lemonade stand without a government permit or license.

Senate Bill 119, or Hayli’s Law, was filed by state Sen. Patrick Joyce after 11-year-old Hayli Martenez of Kankakee had her lemonade stand shut down by the local health department due to lack of running water. more

17 Comments on New legislation allows Illinois kids to run lemonade stands without permits

  1. Any sane person would be asking: What the hell kind of shitfinger ideocracy are we running if something this ludicrous as shutting down kid’s lemonade stand is even possible, much less seen as rational?

  2. This is just another example of typical political cronyism between the lemonade stand lobby and the political establishment.

  3. And I’ll bet they are required to have social security documentation and file taxes. Revenue!

  4. TRF
    JULY 19, 2021 AT 5:14 PM
    “The current White House “political establishment” doesn’t have a clue how to run one of these!!”

    …absolutely true, but they have a TON of expertise in how to shake one down…and never forget, 10% goes to “The Big Guy”…

  5. President Elect Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH Neanderthal B Woodman Domestic Violent Extremist SuperStraight

    A step in the right direction, but so sad that it even had to be done in the first place.

  6. I gotsta have someplace to sell my crack, dem be lemonade with, perfect with protection from the man. Gotsta love free enterprise. They got this idea from the show Shameless, Frank was always doing things like this.

  7. “New legislation allows Illinois …”
    What’s wrong with this sentence fragment?

    Anybody? Bueller?

    izlamo delenda est …

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