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General Assembly legalizes lemonade stands



by Dave Williams | May 4, 2023 | Capitol Beat News Service

ATLANTA – Who knew a kid in Georgia is supposed to have a permit to set up a lemonade stand at the end of their driveway?

That won’t be the case come July 1, however, thanks to the General Assembly.

Gov. Brian Kemp signed Senate Bi...

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  1. 1964 — Me: “Hey, Mom. I made $12.50 selling lemonade today!” Mom: “Yes, but I spent $8.50 for your products.” Me: “Yeah, but I made $12.50 selling your products.” Mom rolls her eyes and walks away.

  2. Why is this even necessary? Ravi Zacharias explains, “The reason we have 17,000 pages in our law books is because we cannot follow 10 lines written on a tablet made of stone.”

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